What are the side effects of amino acid injection with electrolytes?

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Common side effects of amino acids with electrolytes include: fever; flushing; nausea; and irritation, inflammation, redness or warmth at the injection site.

Allergies to aluminum and long-term use of amino acid injections with electrolyte can trigger a severe allergic reaction (swelling of your mouth, tongue, lips, throat, or face; difficulty breathing; tightness in your chest; or hives). Seek immediate medical attention if you experience these symptoms while taking amino acid injections with electrolyte.

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