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Who should not use triamcinolone acetonide injectable (Triesence)?

Anyone who is allergic to triamcinolone should avoid receiving Triesence.
People with any of the following should not receive Triesence eye injection:

  • systemic fungal infections
  • Herpes infection of the eye

Although little triamcinolone is expected to be absorbed into the bloodstream, pregnant and breastfeeding women should discuss the benefits and the risks with the doctor before receiving Triesence.

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