Who should not take nafarelin acetate for central precocious puberty?

Children who are allergic to nafarelin acetate should not take this medication to treat central precocious puberty. Inform your child's doctor about any steroids, seizure medication, or chasteberry that your child may be taking. In addition, tell your doctor if your child has: diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low bone density, or unusual vaginal bleeding.

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