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Who should not take Prandimet?

People who should not take PrandiMet include people who take the drug gemfibrozil, some people who have liver disease or reduced liver function, and people who have acute or chronic acidosis (excess blood acidity), which includes diabetic ketoacidosis. People who are allergic to repaglinide, metformin HCl, or inactive ingredients in PrandiMet also may not be able to take it.

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