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What types of adverse reactions were reported when taking Epclusa?

In the clinical studies the most common adverse reactions when taking Epclusa were fatigue and headache. The most common adverse effect when Epclusa was used in combination with ribavirin were fatigue, anemia, nausea, headache, insomnia and diarrhea.

Although less common than the adverse reactions reported above, for some clinical study subjects taking Epclusa they reported mild to moderate rashes and mild to moderate depression. Mild to moderate rashes were also a less common reaction for subjects taking Epclusa with ribavirin.


Last Updated: October 2016



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