Side effects may include, but are not limited to:

Drymouth, dizzy spells, periodic tunnel vision, wandering elbow, reddening of the hair, sudden urge to leave the room, nostalgia, waxy build-up, sprocketing of the clavicle, and muscle cramps. A sudden fear of pancakes may occur, rarely resulting in fainting. Symptoms of grapheme-color synaesthesia occure about the same as with a placebo. Women must not take, handle, or sing songs about Galavex, due to the risk of certain catastrophic birth defects. If your name starts with a K-sound, consult your doctor before starting a regimen of Galavex. Like all hydroid-3 gamma inhibitors, Galavex should be taken while in constant motion. If you experience frequent nosebleeds, have trouble remembering names and dates, or have nightmares about Henry Fonda, stop taking Galavex. Children should not be told about Galavex. Some sexual side effects may occur, followed by others. If people experience headaches in your presence, or if dogs bark disproportionately, contact your doctor immediately. Ask your doctor about Galavex today. And start taking back your life.