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Who should not take Cantil?

Cantil should not be taken by anyone with an allergy to any of its ingredients. It should not be taken by people with any of the following conditions: glaucoma, or are at risk of developing glaucoma; an inflamed esophagus; reflux disease or difficulty swallowing; stomach or intestinal blockage; paralysis; weak muscles; ulcerative colitis; toxic megacolon; urinary tract blockage; heart problems; myasthenia gravis; a history of nerve problems; prostate problems; high blood pressure; overactive thyroid; difficulty urinating; liver or kidney problems or hiatal hernia. People who have had a colostomy or ileostomy should not take Cantil. It is not known if Cantil is harmful to the fetus or if it is passed to a nursing child through breast milk. The doctor who would prescribe Cantil needs to know if the patient is pregnant or breastfeeding. Elderly people may be more sensitive to side effects of Cantil. The use of this drug has not been studied in children.

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