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Are there any risks in taking Pulmozyme?

Pulmozyme is a relatively low risk medication with no known interactions with medications or other conditions. However, one possible side effect of Pulmozyme is allergic reaction, although rare. This can be a very serious side effect and if you feel you are having an allergic reaction you should seek medical attention immediately. An allergic reaction may present with difficulty breathing, swelling, severe skin irritation, and throat closure.
Other risks in taking Pulmozyme may be alteration of the medication if used improperly. Do not mix or dilute Pulmozyme with other medication or liquid. This can change the effect of the medication and cause unforeseen complications.

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