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Who should not take diphenhydramine-bromodiphen-codein-AmCl-pot guaiac oral?

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

Conditions:

Taking Habit Forming Drugs, Misuse or Excessive Use of Drugs, Epileptic Seizure, Increased Pressure in the Eye, Closed Angle Glaucoma, Chronic Difficulty having a Bowel Movement, Hyporeninemic Hypoaldosteronism, Ultrarapid Metabolizer due to Cytochrome p450 CYP2D6 Variant, Temporarily Stop Breathing During Sleep Due To Airway Blockage, High Blood Pressure, Slow Heartbeat, Abnormal Heart Rhythm, Abnormally Low Blood Pressure, Asthma Attack, Significant Decrease in Lung Function, Chronic Lung or Breathing Passage Problem, Stomach or Intestinal Tract Operation, Stenosing Peptic Ulcer, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Liver Problems, Disease of the Gallbladder, Spasm of a Bile Duct Tract, Urinary Tract Surgery, Kidney Disease, Serious Kidney Problems, Blockage of Urinary Bladder, Narrowing of the Tube that Empties Urine From the Bladder, Enlarged Prostate, Clostridium Difficile Bacteria Related Colitis, Serious Muscle Damage that may Lead to Kidney Failure, Lesion of Brain, Cannot Empty Bladder, Abnormal Nervous System Function Affecting Mental Alertness, Head Injury, Injury, Toxin from Microorganisms causing Diarrhea, High Pressure Within the Skull, Condition of Increased Mast Cells, Overactive Thyroid Gland, Underactive Thyroid, Intense Abdominal Pain, Addison's Disease, Excess Body Acid, High Amount of Potassium in the Blood, Mood Changes

Allergies:

AMMONIUM CHLORIDE AMMONIUM (DO NOT USE RETIRED CODE) ANTIHISTAMINES ANTIHISTAMINES - ETHANOLAMINE OPIOIDS - MORPHINE ANALOGUES

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