Common side effects of Euro Fer include vomiting, nausea, stomach pain and upset, constipation, and diarrhea, as WebMD reveals. It may also cause food poisoning in children, increase the risks of heart disease and diabetes, complicate pregnancy, harm infants, and worsen hemoglobin disorders.
WebMD asserts that taking Euro Fer with cereals, dairy products, tea or coffee increases the likelihood of side effects emerging. In fact, taking it with food not only increases the side effects but also affects its absorption into the body.
Euro Fer causes iron poisoning in children in the event of overdosing. The side effects include low blood pressure, liver failure, intestinal distress, stomach complications or even death. Iron poisoning is amongst the leading causes of child deaths from poisoning, states WebMD.