Pancreatitis is a rare but serious side effect of this medicine. You should stop taking this medication and check with your doctor immediately if you experience:
Other side effects include dizziness, headache and constipation (difficulties in passing stools).
Very rarely, some patients may experience swollen hands, ankles or feet swelling and joint pain.
These side effects should get better over time. Check with your doctor if any of these side effects are serious or do not go away.
Inform your doctor if:
If you need to do fasting blood tests, do not take your medication until your blood has been taken and you have eaten.
Avoid taking alcohol with this medication.
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