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Who should not take Danazol?

Certain people should not take danazol because of an increased risk of complications or severe side effects. If you're pregnant or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant, you should not take danazol because of the risk for harming your baby. Also, people with heart, kidney or liver problems shouldn't take danazol. You should also avoid danazol if you have porphyria, a disorder that affects the nervous system and skin. Women who have abnormal vaginal bleeding that's undiagnosed should not take danazol. Also, if you're allergic to any ingredients in danazol, do not take this medication. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about taking danazol.

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