Medically Reviewed by Dr. Harshi Dhingra, M.D.
Last Reviewed: Jul 20, 2022
Some of the common side effects of Januvia are listed below. Tell your doctor if these symptoms are severe or do not go away after a few days.
There have been more severe adverse reactions reported among a small number of people taking Januvia. Stop taking Januvia and call your doctor right away or seek emergency medical help if you experience symptoms such as:
The above list may not include all the potential side effects of Januvia. Call your doctor if you experience any severe or unusual symptoms. You can also report unusual side effects to the Food and Drug Administration at 1-800-FDA-1088.
Januvia Overdose: In case of a known or suspected overdose, call your doctor, the local poison control center, or the provincial poison control center immediately. If the person can’t be awakened, has had a seizure, or has trouble breathing, call 911.
NOTE: Januvia is a prescription drug that is the property of the respective owners and is intended for use only by them. Never share your prescription medication with others or use someone else’s Januvia.