Who should not take dinoprostone vaginal suppository?

You should not use the dinoprostone vaginal suppository if you are further than 20 weeks into the pregnancy. If you are using it to expel the contents of the uterus after a miscarriage, it cannot be used later than 28 weeks. If you have an infection in the vaginal or pelvic region, let your doctor know before using Prostin E2. If you have lung disease, asthma, anemia, a seizure disorder, high or low blood pressure, heart or blood vessel disease, glaucoma, unusual vaginal bleeding, or a history of uterine surgery or problematic deliveries, you may need special consideration when using this drug.

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