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Can I use Xodol if I have a history of kidney disease?

If you have a history of kidney disease, talk to your doctor before taking the prescription pain medication Xodol (hydrocodone and acetaminophen). You may be at increased risk for certain side effects from this drug. Your doctor may determine that Xodol is not safe for you. Alternatively, if you do take Xodol, he or she may want to monitor you closely, periodically testing your kidney function.

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