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Who should not take Remodulin?

Do not take Remodulin if you have severe liver disease. You should not take Remodulin if you have a condition that affects your blood's ability to clot. You should not take Remodulin if you have low blood pressure. Though Remodulin has not been found to affect a developing fetus, talk to your doctor before taking Remodulin if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant. It is not known if Remodulin is excreted in breast milk, so talk to your doctor if you are nursing and plan to use Remodulin.

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