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Who should not take divalproex sodium ER?

Certain individuals should speak with their doctors before taking divalproex sodium ER. These individuals include those who have pre-existing medical conditions such as liver disease, urea cycle disorder, mental retardation, blood disorders, allergies, and pregnancy. The dosage will be determined by factors such as the condition being treated, your weight, and any pre-existing conditions you may have or medications you may be taking.

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