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Who should not take diazepam tablets?

Pregnant women and women who are breast-feeding should not take diazepam tablets. This medicine should not be used by children unless directed to do so by the doctor. Diazepam tablets should not be used by people who are under the influence of alcohol. You should not take diazepam tablets if you have severe liver disease, severe breathing problems, myasthenia gravis, narrow-angle glaucoma, or sleep apnea. Discussing your complete medical history with your health-care provider. Frequent monitoring of your progress can help determine if diazepam tablets are right for you.

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