Who should not take ?
The following conditions are contraindicated with this drug. Check with your physician if you have any of the following:
- caloric undernutrition
- acute liver failure
- liver problems
- severe renal impairment
- a condition where the body is unable to maintain adequate blood flow called shock
- acetaminophen overdose
- acute inflammation of the liver due to hepatitis C virus
- suicidal thoughts
- alcohol intoxication
- drug abuse
- cor pulmonale
- prolonged QT interval on EKG
- abnormal heart rhythm
- abnormal EKG with QT changes from birth
- orthostatic hypotension, a form of low blood pressure
- low blood pressure
- asthma attack
- decreased lung function
- paralysis of the intestines
- liver problems
- biliary and gallbladder problem
- acute inflammation of the pancreas
- decreased kidney function
- high pressure within the skull
- decreased blood volume
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- prolonged P-R interval observed on EKG
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