Side effects, also known as adverse events, are unwanted or unexpected events or reactions to a drug or therapy. Side effects can vary from minor problems like a runny nose to life-threatening events, such as an increased risk of a heart attack.
Common side effects of medications include:
- Weight gain (the risk is higher with some atypical antipsychotic medicines)
- Dry mouth.
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