What if I overdose on Amphadase?

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If you are given too much Amphadase, you may feel the following symptoms:
  • You may have swelling around the injection site.
  • You may develop hives.
  • Your skin may become red at the injection site.
  • You may become nauseated or vomit.
  • You may feel dizzy.
  • Your heart may beat quickly.
  • Your blood pressure may drop.
If you have any of these symptoms when taking Amphadase, your doctor will discontinue the drug and will take appropriate emergency steps.

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