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Who should not take ketoconazole cream?

Although ketoconazole cream is relatively safe, no study has demonstrated its safety for children or pregnant women. You should discuss ketoconazole with your doctor if you have low blood sugar, porphyria or liver disease. If you are allergic to sulfites, you may be allergic to ketoconazole. You should also be cautious about using ketoconazole if you consume more than three alcoholic drinks each day.

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