side effect

side effect
possible, potential
adverse, bad, dangerous, debilitating, deleterious (esp. AmE), harmful, nasty, negative, toxic, undesirable, unexpected, unfortunate, unpleasant, unwanted
deadly, fatal
major, serious, severe, significant
mild, minimal, minor
beneficial, positive
known, reported

This drug has no known side effects.

cause, have, produce

The treatment has some unfortunate side effects.

experience, suffer
minimize, reduce
side effect from

The patient suffered severe side effects from the drug.

side effect of

The drug has the beneficial side effect of lowering the patient's blood pressure.

side effect on

The medication can have adverse side effects on the patient.

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