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Who should not use Mesalamine Rectal Suspension USP, Enema?

Mesalamine Rectal Suspension USP, Enema may pass into breast milk and cause harm to the newborn. Breastfeeding women should discuss the risks with a doctor before taking this medication. If you have an allergy to aspirin, or have liver or kidney disease, tell your doctor. These conditions may make taking Mesalamine Rectal Suspension USP, Enema inadvisable. You should not take this medication if you are allergic to it. 

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