What are the side effects amino acid and glycerin?

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Although amino acid and glycerin is generally well-tolerated, it may cause side effects in some people. If you have an allergic reactions to amino acid and glycerin, seek medical attention immediately. Signs of an allergic reaction include: breathing difficulties, itching, rash, dizziness and swelling. Some side effects of amino acid and glycerin include nausea and flushing. At the site of the IV infusion, some people may experience a warm sensation, mild redness or irritation. Although rare, an imbalance of fluid, nutrients or minerals in the body may occur. This may cause muscle weakness; increased thirst; swelling of the feet, ankles or hands; irregular heartbeat; slow heartbeat; mood changes; mental changes; and changes in urination amounts. Talk to your doctor if you experience any of these side effects.

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