Who should not use prochlorperazine maleate tablets?

Certain people should not use prochlorperazine maleate tablets or should consult with a doctor before taking them. Anyone who is allergic to prochlorperazine maleate should avoid the drug.

Also, it may cause harmful reactions in people with certain medical conditions, including glaucoma, heart disease, breast cancer, brain tumor, seizures, blockage in the intestines, and a bone marrow or blood disorder.

Similarly, prochlorperazine maleate tablets may interact poorly in people taking certain medications, such as barbiturates, antihistamines, diuretics, antidepressants, blood thinners like heparin, sleeping pills, lithium, and medicine to treat Parkinson's disease, anxiety, ulcers, urinary disorders, and motion sickness.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should first consult your doctor, as prochlorperazine maleate tablets may cause damage to your child's health. Additionally, children under the age 2 should not use prochlorperazine maleate.

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