Who should not take Elaprase?

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You should not take Elaprase, a medication used to treat MPS II or Hunter Syndrome, if you are allergic to idursulfase. Some people who have used Elaprase have developed serious allergic reactions. Tell your doctor immediately if you are experiencing chest tightness, difficulty breathing, dizziness, rash, swelling on your face or hands, blurred vision, or convulsions while taking this medication.

Elaprase may also interact with alcohol, tobacco, or certain foods. Before taking Elaprase, talk with your doctor about how to take this medication safely. 
Elaprase is a medication given as an intravenous (IV) infusion to treat Hunter's syndrome. There are no reasons why you should not receive Elaprase if you have Hunter's syndrome.

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