Indomethacin has been shown to cause some side effects. If these reactions do not go away within a few days or become severe, talk to your health care provider.
Common side effects reported from taking indomethacin include:
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
If these adverse reactions do not go away within a few days, talk to your health care provider. If you experience difficulty breathing, hives, skin rash, change in skin color, flu-like symptoms, nausea, discolored or bloody urine, or unusual bleeding/ bruising while taking indomethacin, seek medical attention immediately.
As with all prescription medication, be sure to inform the prescribing doctor about any medical conditions you have been previously diagnosed with, as well as any medication/ supplements you are currently taking before starting treatment with indomethacin. Indomethacin can interact with other forms of medication and substances, causing potentially serious side effects. In addition, let your doctor know if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant before starting treatment with this medication.