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Who should not take metipranolol ophthalmic solution?

Unless supervised by your doctor, you should not take metipranolol ophthalmic solution if you have severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, a slow heartbeat, or a heart condition known as AV block. Tell your doctor if you have ever had breathing problems (like emphysema or bronchitis), diabetes, or history of stroke. Also inform your physician if you have heart disease, congestive heart failure, blood clots, circulation problems, muscle disorders like myasthenia gravis, or thyroid disorders. Any of these conditions may impact your ability to use this drug.

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