Overdosage: Many of the following listed symptoms seem attributable to hypercalcemia. It is recommended to measure the serum Ca level when such symptoms occur.
The following noted symptoms may occur: Digestive: Anorexia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal fullness, diarrhea, constipation, stomachache and stomach discomfort may occur.
Dyspepsia, oral discomfort, dry mouth, etc., may rarely occur.
Psycho-neurologic system: Headache, dull headache, insomnia, irritated feeling, weakness, fatigue, vertigo, numbness, drowsiness, failure of memory, ear buzzing, senile deafness, back pain, shoulder stiffness, feeling of leg stiffness, chest pain, etc., may rarely occur.
Cardiovascular system: Mild increase in blood pressure and palpitation may rarely occur.
Hepatic: GOT, GPT, LDH and gamma-GTP may sometimes increase.
Renal: Elevations of BUN and creatinine (decreased renal function) and renal calculus may rarely occur.
Dermatologic: Feeling of pruritus and rash may sometimes occur. Hot feeling may rarely occur.
Ophthalmic: Conjunctival congestion may sometimes occur.
Osseous: Particular calcification (ossification) may rarely occur.
Others: Hoarseness and edema may rarely occur.