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Who should not use Lamisil AT?

Anyone who has an allergy to terbinafine, the active ingredient in Lamisil AT or any other ingredient in the cream, gel or spray forms, should not use Lamisil AT. Women who are pregnant should talk to their doctor about the benefits and potential health risks associated with Lamisil AT before using it. It's not known if Lamisil AT is passed to a nursing infant through breast milk. Children younger than age 12 years of age should not use Lamisil AT without approval from their doctor.

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