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Who should not receive Fragmin?

You should not receive Fragmin if you are allergic to certain medications, preservatives, foods and dyes. You also cannot use it if you have a history of high blood pressure, kidney or liver disease, aneurysm, bleeding disorders, stroke, infection of your heart valves and recent injuries. Stop using Fragmin and call your doctor right away if you experience sudden shortness of breath, chest ache, numbness in your arms or legs, difficulty breathing, slurred speech, loss of coordination and vision problems.

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