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What should I avoid while taking salbutamol?

You should avoid taking any drugs that can decrease the positive effect or increase the negative effects of salbutamol (also called albuterol), unless they are prescribed by a doctor. Also if you have high blood pressure or a heart condition, salbutamol can potentially make these conditions worse.

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