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Are there any side effects of Aralast?

Aralast can cause an allergic reaction in some people that requires immediate medical attention. Symptoms include: rash, hives, itching, severe dizziness and swelling of mouth, face, lips, throat or tongue.

Other side effects requiring prompt attention from your doctor include: breathing problems; chest pain or tightness; feeling faint or lightheaded or falling; fever or other signs of infection, including symptoms of the common cold followed by a rash; severe headaches; buzzing in your ears or uneven heartbeats; fast heart rate; flushed or pale skin; problems with your vision; unusually high or low blood pressure; unusual weakness or tiredness.

Some side effects of Aralast are minor. These include: drowsiness or weakness; cough; sore throat or stuffy nose; pain, irritation or bleeding where the medication was injected; warmth, redness or tingly feeling under your skin; nausea, diarrhea or stomach pain; headaches; and mild itching. Your doctor may suggest ways to alleviate the symptoms if they do not subside or if they interfere with your daily life.

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