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If you take sedatives, anti-anxiety, or anti-epileptic medications, let your doctor know. Meningitis, human African trypanosomiasis, African sleeping sickness (an infection brought on by the bite of a tsetse fly in African nations), or diseases that impair the immune system, such as HIV or AIDS, should all be disclosed to your doctor.
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Potential side effects of this medication are:
- muscle ache
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