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What should I know about Atrovent nasal spray before using it?

You should know that Atrovent nasal spray may cause an allergic reaction. Make sure your doctor is aware of any allergies you have, especially to atropine. This medication is most likely safe to use during pregnancy, but you should talk to your doctor first to assess the risks. It is unknown whether Atrovent nasal spray is safe to use while breast-feeding. Before taking this medication you should make sure that your doctor knows if you have narrow angle glaucoma, kidney disease, liver disease, difficulty urinating or an enlargement of the prostate, as these conditions may be worsened by Atrovent. If you notice any changes in vision or in the eyes while using Atrovent, you should tell your doctor as soon as possible. Atrovent nasal spray may interact with other medications, so you should make sure that your doctor is aware of all medications you are taking or intend to take.

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