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    Possible allergic reaction to Zofran?
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    doduarte8 posted:
    My OB put me on zofran for my nausea and my lips have become a bit swollen, red, bumpy, itchy and burning. They are really very agitated. They have been like this for a little over a week now. Could this be a side effect from the zofran? And if so how serious is this?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Itching, rash, and hives are listed as side effects of Zofran (here is the full list that we have ), but I'm not sure if these directly match what you are experiencing. If you are still experiencing these symptoms, I would speak with your doctor to see if they are related and what can be done to stop them.


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