What are the side effects of galsulfase?

Some of the side effects include, but are not limited to: chills, skin rash, itching, headaches, fever, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, chest pain, trouble breathing and lightheadedness. Call 911 or your local emergency services if you have an allergic reaction to galsulfase, such as swelling, hives or difficulty breathing. Other side effects could include, but are not limited to: runny nose, stuffy nose, cough, cold-like symptoms, swelling, pain at the injection site, eye redness, joint pain or headaches. There is not enough evidence to conclude whether galsulfase is harmful to a fetus or nursing infant, so your doctor may recommend that you not use galsulfase while pregnant or breastfeeding as a precaution. Also, adverse infusion reactions can occur when this medication is administered. These include: hypotension, apnea, chills, rashes, headaches, high blood pressure, stomach pain and joint pain.

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