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What should I know about sacrosidase oral solution?

Before taking sacrosidase oral solution, you should not take this medication if you are allergic to dyes, food preservatives or if you have an allergy to sacrosidase. Be sure to inform your doctor about any allergies that you have, especially if you have a yeast, glycerin or papain allergy. If you have diabetes, your doctor may advise you not to take this medication. Make sure to consult with your doctor first about any medications you are taking, both prescription and nonprescription, before taking sacrosidase.

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