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Who should not use Arixtra?

If you have high blood pressure, kidney disease, bleeding disorders, intestinal disorders, bleeding in the brain or stomach ulcers, you may not be able to use Arixtra. You should not take Arixtra if you've ever had an allergic reaction to it. You should also be cautious of using Arixtra if you have any other type of allergy or have had a recent brain, spinal or eye surgical procedure. Talk to your doctor about your health concerns before using Arixtra.

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