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Who should not use Heparin Lock Flush Solution?

If you're allergic to any ingredient in Heparin Lock Flush Solution, you shouldn't be given this medication. People with uncontrolled bleeding or very low platelet count also should not be given Heparin Lock Flush Solution. Talk to your doctor before using Heparin Lock Flush Solution and make sure they know if you have a bleeding disorder, a stomach or intestinal disorder, uncontrolled high blood pressure, or a heart infection called bacterial endocarditis. Women should talk to their doctors before being given Heparin Lock Flush Solution if they are pregnant or breast-feeding. If you have questions about whether you should be given Heparin Lock Flush Solution, talk to your doctor.

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