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Who should not take Solage (mequinol and tretinoin)?

Solage (mequinol and tretinoin) should never be taken during pregnancy, as it can result in birth defects. It is not known whether Solage passes into breast milk. You should discuss the possible risks with your doctor before taking this medication if you are breastfeeding.

Do not take Solage if you are allergic to it. Before taking this medication, be sure to inform your doctor if you have a sunburn, vitiligo, or eczema. These conditions may affect whether or not you should take this medication.

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