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Who should not take pramlintide acetate injection?

Do not take pramlintide acetate injection if you have low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia. Pramlintide acetate injection should not be taken if you cannot or will not be eating regular meals. Tell your doctor if you have a history of hypoglycemia, infection, gastroparesis (which means your stomach does not empty properly), or high HbA1c levels. Do not take pramlintide acetate if you are usually unable to recognize the signs of hypoglycemia.

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