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Should I ask my doctor about taking Premesyn PMS?

There are certain instances where you should talk with your doctor before taking Premesyn PMS. For instance, check with your doctor about the safety of using this drug if you often have more than three drinks of alcohol a day because it may cause liver damage, a risk that is greater if you also drink alcohol. Avoid other medications intended for colds, allergies, cough, pain or sleep problems when you take Premesyn PMS. Also, avoid other products that contain acetaminophen; Premesyn PMS includes acetaminophen, and you can get very sick if you take too much acetaminophen. In general, check with your doctor before using Premesyn PMS if you are using any other drugs, just to be safe. If you are pregnant, do not take this product without consulting your physician. Or, if you have any of the following serious health conditions, talk to him or her before taking Premesyn PMS:
  • breathing disorder
  • glaucoma
  • kidney or liver disease
  • stomach or intestinal blockage
  • urination problems

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