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Who should not take Aciphex?

Anyone who is allergic to ingredients in Aciphex, such as rabeprazole sodium, should not take the medicine. Anyone who has a serious liver disease or stomach infection should not take Aciphex because these conditions could possibly increase your chance of side effects or worsen your stomach condition. The last group of people who should avoid this medicine is anyone who is already taking other medications that can interfere with the effectiveness of Aciphex. Check with your doctor on the full list of medicines that should not be taken with Aciphex, such as digoxin or atazanavir. Pregnant or nursing women should talk to their doctor before taking Aciphex to weigh the potential risks with the potential benefits.

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