What are the possible side effects of SINGULAIR?
Like all prescription drugs, SINGULAIR may cause side effects. In studies,
side effects usually have been mild. They generally have not caused patients to
stop taking SINGULAIR.
- The list below is NOT a complete list of side effects reported
with SINGULAIR. Your doctor can discuss with you a more
complete list of side effects.
- The side effects in patients treated with SINGULAIR were similar in
type and frequency to side effects in patients who were given a placebo
(a pill containing no medication).
Some of the side effects reported in studies included:
abdominal (stomach) pain
stomach or intestinal upset (gastroenteritis)
Remember, anytime you have a medical problem you think may be related to
SINGULAIR, talk to your doctor.
This leaflet provides a summary of information about SINGULAIR. If you
have any questions or concerns about either SINGULAIR or asthma, talk to
your doctor. In addition, you can talk to your pharmacist or other health care
provider. Your doctor or pharmacist can give you an additional leaflet that is
written for health professionals.