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What are the side effects of Pulmozyme?

Side effects of Pulmozyme are often not life-threatening. However, make an appointment with your doctor if you experience a change in your voice, soreness in the throat, skin irritations, eye irritation, eye swelling, discharge from the eye, runny or stuffy nose, indigestion, or complete loss of your voice.

Seek immediate medical attention if you experience an allergic reaction to Pulmozyme, which includes trouble breathing, severe skin irritation, or a swollen throat, mouth or face.

Also, see your doctor quickly if you notice pain in the chest, elevated body temperature and gradual increase of breathing difficulties. Not all side effects are reported; if you experience symptoms that are out of the ordinary, report them to your doctor.

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