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Common Tiger Side Effects


The most commonly reported Tiger side effects (click to view or check a box to report):

Application Site Papules (1)
Application Site Erythema (1)
Agitation (1)
Chemical Burn Of Respiratory Tract (1)
Application Site Vesicles (1)
Application Site Warmth (1)
Blood Pressure Increased (1)
Blood Bilirubin Increased (1)
Bilirubin Conjugated Increased (1)
Chemical Injury (1)
Diarrhoea (1)
Heart Rate Irregular (1)
Exposure Via Inhalation (1)
Dyspnoea (1)
Hyperbilirubinaemia (1)
Hyperhidrosis (1)
Respiratory Rate Increased (1)
Psychotic Disorder (1)
Overdose (1)
Accidental Exposure To Product (1)

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If you or someone in your family has experienced a serious side effect to a health product, you are encouraged to report the experience to your health care professional (e.g. physician, pharmacist). You could also complete a copy of the side effect reporting form or report your side effect to FDA.

Side effects reports are analyzed to discover potential health product safety signals. Some important reactions may take an extremely long time to develop or occur infrequently. Continued monitoring of adverse reactions is thus essential to maintain a comprehensive safety and effectiveness profile of health products.

Tiger Side Effects Reported to FDA

The following Tiger reports list potential signals of serious risks and new safety information that were identified using the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS).
FAERS is a database that contains information on adverse event and medication errors reports submitted to FDA by healthcare professionals (such as physicians, pharmacists, nurses and others), consumers (such as patients, family members, layers and others) and manufacturers.


The appearance of Tiger on this list does not mean that FDA has concluded that the drug has the listed risk. It means that FDA has identified a potential safety issue, but it does not mean that FDA has found a causal relationship between the drug and the listed risk.
Application Site Vesicles, Application Site Papules, Application Site Erythema, Application Site Warmth
This is a report of a 81-year-old female patient (weight: NA) from US, suffering from the following symptoms/conditions: myalgia, who was treated with Tiger Balm Ultra Strength (dosage: 1 Finger Tip Of The Salve, Once Daily, Applied To A Surface, Usually The Skin, start time: Dec 14, 2013), combined with: NA. and developed a serious reaction and side effect(s). The consumer presented with:
  • Application Site Vesicles
  • Application Site Papules
  • Application Site Erythema
  • Application Site Warmth
which developed after the beginning of treatment. This case can indicate the possible existence of increased vulnerability to Tiger Balm Ultra Strength treatment in female patients, resulting in application site vesicles side effect.

Psychotic Disorder, Chemical Burn Of Respiratory Tract, Accidental Exposure To Product, Exposure Via Inhalation
This report suggests a potential Tiger Balm Psychotic Disorder, Chemical Burn Of Respiratory Tract, Accidental Exposure To Product, Exposure Via Inhalation side effect(s) that can have serious consequences. A 38-year-old female patient (weight: NA) from US was diagnosed with the following symptoms/conditions: back pain and used Tiger Balm (dosage: Max Dose 1 Use?one Treatment 4 Hour On Heat) starting NS. Soon after starting Tiger Balm the patient began experiencing various side effects, including:
  • Psychotic Disorder
  • Chemical Burn Of Respiratory Tract
  • Accidental Exposure To Product
  • Exposure Via Inhalation
Drugs used concurrently: NA.The patient was hospitalized. Although Tiger Balm demonstrated significant improvements in a number of clinically relevant cases, troublesome symptoms, such as psychotic disorder, may still occur.

Skin Discolouration, Diarrhoea, Chemical Injury
This Skin Discolouration, Diarrhoea, Chemical Injury problem was reported by a physician from GERMANY. A 2-year-old male patient (weight: NA) was diagnosed with the following symptoms/conditions: NA. On Jul 16, 2011 this consumer started treatment with Tiger Balm (tiger Balm /05682201/) (dosage: Oral). The following drugs were being taken at the same time:
  • Corneregel (dexpanthenol) (Oral)
  • Ibuprofen (150 Mg, Oral)
  • Kaliumpermanganat (potassium Permanganate) (Skin/oral)
  • Mometasone Furoate (Oral)
  • Nasenspray Ratiopharm (xylometazoline Hydrochloride) (Oral)
  • Metoclopramide (Oral)
  • Omeprazole (Oral)
  • Diclofenac Sodium (Oral)
When commencing Tiger Balm (tiger Balm /05682201/), the patient experienced the following unwanted symptoms/side effects:
  • Skin Discolouration
  • Diarrhoea
  • Chemical Injury
Although all drugs are carefully tested before they are licensed for use, they carry side effect risks. Some side effects, such as skin discolouration, may become evident only after a product is in use by the general population.

Hyperbilirubinaemia
This is a report of a 59-year-old male patient (weight: NA) from UNITED STATES. The patient developed the following symptoms/conditions: cellulitis and was treated with Tigercycline 50mg/5ml Wyeth (dosage: 50mg Q12hours Iv) starting Jan 26, 2009. Concurrently used drugs: NA.Soon after that, the consumer experienced the following side effects:
  • Hyperbilirubinaemia
This opens a possibility that Tigercycline 50mg/5ml Wyeth treatment could cause the above reactions, including hyperbilirubinaemia, and some male subjects may be more susceptible.


Agitation, Blood Pressure Increased, Dyspnoea, Heart Rate Irregular, Hyperhidrosis, Overdose, Respiratory Rate Increased
A 40-year-old male patient (weight: NA) from UNITED STATES with the following symptoms/conditions: bursitis,musculoskeletal pain started Tiger Balm (sports Balm Ultra Strength) treatment (dosage: 2 Tablespoons 1 Time) on Oct 29, 2007. Soon after starting Tiger Balm (sports Balm Ultra Strength) treatment, the subject experienced various side effects, including:
  • Agitation
  • Blood Pressure Increased
  • Dyspnoea
  • Heart Rate Irregular
  • Hyperhidrosis
  • Overdose
  • Respiratory Rate Increased
Concurrently used drugs: NA. This finding indicates that some male patients could be more vulnerable to Tiger Balm (sports Balm Ultra Strength).

Bilirubin Conjugated Increased, Blood Bilirubin Increased
A 52-year-old male patient from UNITED STATES (weight: NA) experienced symptoms, such as: abdominal infection and was treated with Tigercycline Wyeth(dosage: 100 Mg X 1 Iv Bolus; 50 Mg Bid Iv Bolus). The treatment was initiated on Sep 07, 2006. After that a consumer reported the following side effect(s):
  • Bilirubin Conjugated Increased
  • Blood Bilirubin Increased
Concurrently used drugs, which potentially could have contributed to side effect(s) or affected Tigercycline Wyeth efficacy:
  • Catapres
  • Lipitor
  • Digoxin
  • Amaryl
  • Paxil
  • Protonix
The patient was hospitalized.



Keep Track of Side Effects

Note Your Observations

It is really important to keep of your symptoms, right from the time you start a new medicine. You can do it any way you prefer: in a notebook, in a computer file or using our online tool. You should also note down any other medicines you are taking at the same time, because there could be an interaction between these medicines.

Why Your Notes are Important

Your notes could be helpful in several ways:

  • You can use them to remind you of details that may alert your health care professional(s) to a problem
  • You will have a record to refer to in the future, in case you are ever prescribed the same medicine again

  • Log Form

    You can use the following log form to write down important information, like the date and time you experienced a side effect and your symptoms, how strong the symptoms were, and any other medicines you were using.

    Medicine Name and Dosage:
    Side Effects Scale Date & Time Other Medicine(s) or Treatment(s)
    Scale: 1 = very mild to 10 = very bad

    You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.


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    Tiger Safety Alerts, Active Ingredients, Usage Information

    NDC49371-047
    TypeHUMAN OTC DRUG
    Proprietary NameAromafields Tiger Lily Scented Anti-Bacterial Hand
    NameTriclosan
    Dosage FormLOTION
    RouteTOPICAL
    On market since20100620
    LabelerALILY (ZHANGZHOU) BATH PRODUCTS LTD.
    Active Ingredient(s)TRICLOSAN
    Strength(s)0.15
    Unit(s)g/100g
    Pharma Class

    More About Tiger

    Side Effects reported to FDA: 6

    Tiger safety alerts: No

    Reported hospitalizations: 1

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