SIDE EFFECTS OF Corlanor®
Corlanor® MAY CAUSE SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS, INCLUDING:
- Harm to your unborn baby. You should not become pregnant while taking Corlanor®. Women who are able to get pregnant must use birth control when taking Corlanor®. If you become pregnant while taking Corlanor®, tell your doctor right away.
- Increased risk of irregular heartbeat (atrial fibrillation or heart rhythm problems). Tell your doctor if you have symptoms of an irregular heartbeat, such as feeling that your heart is pounding or racing (palpitations), chest pressure, or worsened shortness of breath.
- Low heart rate (bradycardia). Tell your doctor if you have a slowing of your heart rate or if you have symptoms of a low heart rate such as dizziness, fatigue, lack of energy, or have low blood pressure. Low heart rate is a common side effect of Corlanor® and can be serious.
THE MOST COMMON SIDE EFFECTS OF Corlanor® ARE:
- Increased blood pressure
- Temporary brightness in your field of vision, usually caused by sudden changes in light (luminous phenomena). This brightness usually happens within the first 2 months of treatment with Corlanor® and usually goes away during or after treatment with Corlanor®. Use caution when driving or operating machinery where sudden changes in light can happen, especially when driving at night.
These are not all the side effects of Corlanor®. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.