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What is sacrosidase oral solution?

Sacrosidase, whose brand name drug is Sucraid, is a prescribed medication that works to replace the missing enzyme sucrase within your body. Sucrase is an enzyme that helps your body to absorb and digest sugar (sucrose). If you have a condition called congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (SCID), which prevents your body from producing enough sucrase, you may be prescribed this medication.

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