Who should not receive oxytocin injection?

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If you have an allergy history to any ingredient in oxytocin you should not be receiving this drug. You should not be given oxytocin injection if: your birth canal is too small compared with the fetus's head; the fetus is in a difficult position within the womb; or the fetus is in distress and delivery is not progressing. Additionally, if you have bacteria in your blood or you cannot have a child through vaginal delivery due to conditions such as genital herpes or cervical cancer, you should not be receiving oxytocin injection.

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