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Neurology (drug side effects)


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risk of bleeding
Thrombolytics
hypotension, nausea and vomiting
Thrombolytics
risk of bleeding, gastric acid reflux, stomach ache
Antiplatelets
urticaria, tinnitus
Aspirin
liver damage
Clopidogrel
risk of bleeding
Warfarin
interactions with aspirin and ibuprofen
Warfarin
risk of bleeding
DOACs
anaemia, nausea and vomiting
DOACs
flushing, tingling, tightness, weakness
Triptans
risk of vascular attacks if coronary artery or cerebrovascular disease
Triptans
weight gain, sedation
Pizotifen
drowsiness, lethargy, loss of concentration
Anti-epileptics
aggression, agitation
Anti-epileptics
headache, visual disturbances, tremor, ataxia
Anti-epileptics
weight gain and weight loss
Anti-epileptics
hair loss and unwanted hair growth
Anti-epileptics
menstrual disturbances
Anti-epileptics
rash, gum swelling
Anti-epileptics
teratogenicity
Anti-epileptics
sedation, confusion, amnesia
Benzodiazepines
respiratory depression
Benzodiazepines
tolerance, dependence, abuse
Benzodiazepines
withdrawal effects e.g. rebound insomnia
Benzodiazepines
sleepiness, hypotension
Dopamine receptor agonists
impulse control disorder
Dopamine receptor agonists
nausea and vomiting, hypotension, arrhythmias, confusion
Levodopa
dyskinesias, on-off response
Levodopa (chronic use)
dry mouth, dyspepsia, constipation
Monoamine oxidase B inhibitors
postural hypotension
Monoamine oxidase B inhibitors
angina, myocardial infarct
Monoamine oxidase B inhibitors (rare)
anti-autonomic effects (constipation, tachycardia, urinary retention, blurred vision, dry mouth)
Hyoscine
rash, nausea and vomiting, diarrhoea
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors
Parkinsonism, seizure risk
Haloperidol