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Who should not use Extraneal?

Extraneal should not be used for peritoneal dialysis if you have an allergy to icodextrin or cornstarch or you are unable to tolerate maltose or isomaltose. Don't use the drug if you have glycogen storage disease or severe lactic acidosis. Talk to your doctor to determine if Extraneal is right for you.

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