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    1. The most commonly occurring adverse effects following therapeutic administration of acamprosate include: diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, anxiety, headache, depression, asthenia, dizziness, dry mouth, pain and insomnia.
    1. Therapy with acamprosate does not eliminate or diminish alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
    1. In limited cases of overdose, doses of up to 56 grams (normal dose approximately 2 g/day) were generally well tolerated, and the only associated symptom was diarrhea.
    1. At the time of this review, hypercalcemia has not been reported following overdose, however, hypercalcemia may occur in chronic overdosage.
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