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G-Tuss

contraindications

Who should not take G-Tuss?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:

Conditions:

Taking Habit Forming Drugs, Alcohol Intoxication, Misuse or Excessive Use of Drugs, Morbid Obesity, Asthma That Is Getting Worse, Cor Pulmonale, Slow Heartbeat, Abnormal Heart Rhythm, Abnormally Low Blood Pressure, Emphysema, Significant Decrease in Lung Function, Stomach or Intestinal Tract Operation, Ulcerated Colon, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel Movements, Liver Problems, Disease of the Gallbladder, Spasm of a Bile Duct Tract, Kidney Disease, Narrowing of the Tube that Empties Urine From the Bladder, Enlarged Prostate, Coma, Seizures, Lesion of Brain, Shock, Cannot Empty Bladder, Decreased Oxygen In The Tissues Or Blood, Abnormal Nervous System Function Affecting Mental Alertness, Weakened Patient, Head Injury, High Pressure Within the Skull, Condition of Increased Mast Cells, Brain Tumor, Underactive Thyroid, Untreated Decreased Level of Thyroid Hormones, Intense Abdominal Pain, Addison's Disease, Extreme Loss of Body Water, Psychosis caused by Sudden Alcohol Withdrawal, Mental Disorder Resulting from Poisonous Agents, Mood Changes, Having Thoughts of Suicide

Allergies:

GUAIFENESIN OPIOIDS - MORPHINE ANALOGUES SYMPATHOMIMETIC AGENTS EPHEDRINE ANALOGUES ANTIHISTAMINES ANTIHISTAMINES - ALKYLAMINE ANTIHISTAMINES - ETHYLENEDIAMINE BELLADONNA ALKALOIDS

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