Who should not receive SecreFlo (secretin)?

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You should not receive SecreFlo (secretin) if you have had an allergic reaction to secretin. Do not receive SecreFlo if you have acute pancreatitis.

You should not receive SecreFlo if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, as it may harm your unborn child. Do not receive SecreFlo if you are breastfeeding, since it can pass through breast milk.

You should not receive SecreFlo if you take anticholinergic medications to treat spasms that occur in smooth muscles (such as for the bladder) or if you have had a vagotomy to reduce secretions of acid in the stomach. Do not receive SecreFlo if you have inflammatory bowel disease. Using SecreFlo while you have these medical conditions may result in a false positive on a medical test, indicating a pancreatic problem that does not really exist.

SecreFlo has not been tested in children, and therefore its effects on children are not known.

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