Who should not take Diurex PMS?

Diurex PMS should not be taken by people who are also taking sodium oxybate (GHB). Diurex PMS should be used with caution in people who drink more than three alcoholic beverages per day, as this medication may increase the risk of liver damage. Similarly, people who are currently taking other medications that contain acetaminophen should be careful to avoid an overdose of acetaminophen. Ask your doctor before you take Diurex PMS if you have liver or kidney diseases, breathing problems, glaucoma, or difficult urination. Always ask your doctor before breast-feeding while taking Diurex PMS. This medication is not intended for children under 18 years old, ask your doctor about pediatric uses.

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