What are the side effects of Wilson’s disease
Symptoms of Wilson’s disease are liver problems, neurological problems and behavioral or psychological problems. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-the-side-effects-of-wilson%27s-disease ]
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- What are the side effects of Wilson’s disease
- Symptoms of Wilson’s disease are liver problems, neurological problems and behavioral or psychological problems. ChaCha!
- Will i have any side effects? wilson’s disease, trientine dihydro…?
- You may feel sick at the start of treatment. Occasionally Trientine may cause a skin rash. Very rarely it can cause anaemia which might make you feel unusually tired. There have been occasional reports of inflammation of the small intestine…
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