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Who should not use Neo-Synephrine?

Some groups of people should not use Neo-Synephrine or should talk to their doctor about it first. You should ask your doctor about taking it if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or if you smoke. Also, tell your doctor if you have had a past allergic reaction to this or other medicines. You may not be able to take Neo-Synephrine if you have any of the following conditions: high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or heart arrhythmia, glaucoma, phenylketonuria, Raynaud's syndrome or other circulation problems, kidney disease, thyroid disorder, insomnia or anxiety, bipolar disorder or other mental health problems, difficulty urinating or enlarged prostate.

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