Infrequently, DDAVP® Injection has produced transient headache, nausea, mild abdominal cramps and vulval pain. These symptoms disappeared with reduction in dosage. Occasional facial flushing has been reported with the administration of DDAVP® Injection. Infrequently, high doses of intranasal DDAVP® have produced transient headache and nausea. Nasal congestion, rhinitis and flushing have also been reported occasionally along with mild abdominal cramps. These symptoms disappeared with reduction in dosage. Nosebleed, sore throat, cough and upper respiratory infections have also been reported.
In addition to those listed above, the following have also been reported in clinical trials with Stimate® Nasal Spray: Somnolence, dizziness, itchy or light-sensitive eyes, insomnia, chills, warm feeling, pain, chest pain, palpitations, tachycardia, dyspepsia, edema, vomiting, agitation and balanitis.1-4
DDAVP® Injection (desmopressin acetate) has infrequently produced changes in blood pressure causing either a slight elevation or a transient fall and a compensatory increase in heart rate. Severe allergic reactions including anaphylaxis have been reported rarely with DDAVP® Injection.
See WARNINGS for the possibility of water intoxication, hyponatremia and coma.11
REPORTS OF SUSPECTED STIMATE SIDE EFFECTS / ADVERSE REACTIONS
Below is a sample of reports where side effects / adverse reactions may be related to Stimate. The information is not vetted and should not be considered as verified clinical evidence.
Possible Stimate side effects / adverse reactions in 42 year old female
Reported by a health professional (non-physician/pharmacist) from United States on 2011-11-23
Patient: 42 year old female weighing 87.0 kg (191.4 pounds)
Reactions: LIP Swelling, Blood Pressure Increased, Anxiety, Confusional State, Chest Discomfort, Dizziness, Headache, Throat Tightness
Possible Stimate side effects / adverse reactions in 19 year old female
Reported by a physician from United States on 2012-06-20
Patient: 19 year old female
Reactions: Nausea, Hyponatraemia, Convulsion
Adverse event resulted in: hospitalization