Adverse Drug Reactions
Some common side-effects of itopride may include: rash, diarrhea, giddiness, exhaustion, back or chest pain, increased salivation, constipation, abdominal pain, headache, sleeping disorders, dizziness, galactorrhea, and gynecomastia.
Other side effects may also be present.
Leukopenia, a reduction in the normal level of white blood cells, can be a potentially life-threatening reaction to itopride.
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