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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- WITH THERAPEUTIC USE
- DMSO has shown very few toxic symptoms in humans. The most common are nausea, skin rashes, headache, and an unusual garlic-onion-oyster smell in body and breath.
- DMSO is a skin, eye, and respiratory tract irritant. It may cause skin irritation and reddening if spilled on clothing and allowed to remain. DMSO readily penetrates the skin and may carry other dissolved chemicals into the body.
- DMSO may cause urticaria and, rarely, anaphylaxis.
- DMSO is an experimental teratogen and also causes other reproductive effects in experimental animals. It is also a questionable carcinogen with experimental tumorigenic data.
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