Who should not take Neut?

Neut should not be taken by children under the age of six without specific instructions from a doctor. Neut may also interact badly with appendicitis, gastrointestinal bleeding, edema, heart, kidney, or liver disease, urinary problems, and pregnancy toxemia. You should talk to your doctor about taking Neut along with other antacids, aspirin, antibiotics, and vitamins. Make sure to take Neut two hours apart from other medicines.

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