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N3-Gesic

contraindications

Who should not take N3-Gesic?

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

Conditions:

Reye's Syndrome, Myasthenia Gravis, Increased Pressure in Eyes, High Blood Pressure, Recent Heart Attack, Diminished Blood Flow through Arteries of the Heart, Abnormal Heart Rhythm, Suddenly Serious Symptoms of Heart Failure, Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Presence of Polyps in the Nose, Failure of Esophageal Sphincter to Relax, Ulcer from Stomach Acid, Stenosing Peptic Ulcer, Stomach or Intestinal Ulcer, Damage to Stomach Lining, Blockage or Narrowing of the Duodenum, Narrowing of Opening Between Stomach and Small Intestine, Inflamed Colon and Small Intestine with Some Tissue Death, Liver Problems, Severe Liver Disease, Bleeding of the Stomach or Intestines, Kidney Disease, Blockage of Urinary Bladder, Enlarged Prostate, Seizures, Chronic Trouble Sleeping, Fast Heartbeat, Pregnancy, A Mother who is Producing Milk and Breastfeeding, Condition of Increased Mast Cells, Inadequate Vitamin K, Anemia from Pyruvate Kinase and G6PD Deficiencies, Gout, Moderate to Severe Kidney Impairment, Anemia, Hemophilia, Decrease in the Blood-Clotting Protein Prothrombin, Blood Clotting Disorder - Von Willebrand's Disease, Decreased Blood Platelets, Habit of Drinking Too Much Alcohol

Allergies:

SALICYLATES NSAIDS (NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG) XANTHINES COFFEE GUARANA ORPHENADRINE

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