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Who should not use aspirin and codeine?

At this time, aspirin and codeine tablets are not being prescribed, so technically no one should be using it. However, if is were to be prescribed again, it should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women, people with a history of addiction or drug abuse, or anyone with allergies to any of the ingredients in aspirin and codeine. If you have certain conditions that may have a negative response to aspirin and codeine such as alcoholism, anemia, bleeding disorders, liver or kidney disease, lung or thyroid disease, prostatic hypertrophy, ulcer disease, or urinary problems, be sure to talk to your doctor before using aspirin and codeine.

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