Drugs & Medications - ApexiCon E topical
ApexiCon E topical
Does ApexiCon E topical have side effects?
The following side effects are associated with ApexiCon E topical:
Infrequent side effects of ApexiCon E topical:
|Thin Fragile Skin||Severe|
|Inflammation of a Hair Follicle||Severe|
|Large Purple or Brown Skin Blotches||Severe|
|Stinging of Skin||Less Severe|
|Small Red Skin Lesions caused by Dilated Blood Vessels||Less Severe|
Rare side effects of ApexiCon E topical:
|Skin Stretch Marks||Severe|
|Decreased Pigmentation of Skin||Severe|
|Insufficiency of the Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland||Severe|
|Skin Irritation or Rash around the Mouth or Lips||Less Severe|
|Increased Feeling of the Skin||Less Severe|
|Contact Dermatitis||Less Severe|
|Redness of Skin||Less Severe|
|Hair Loss||Less Severe|
|Excessive Hairiness||Less Severe|
|A Breaking Out of the Skin Resembling Acne||Less Severe|
|Dry Skin||Less Severe|
|Skin Discoloration||Less Severe|
|Small Skin Blister||Less Severe|
|Skin Irritation||Less Severe|
|High Blood Sugar||Less Severe|
|Cushing's Syndrome||Less Severe|
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