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Who should not use flavoxate?

People with following problems should avoid flavoxate: problems with the esophagus, stomach or rectal bleeding, urinary tract or bowel blockages or allergies to the ingredients in flavoxate. Children under 12 years of age should not take flavoxate. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should talk about the risks with their doctors first. Tell your doctor about any conditions you have or have had in the past, especially paralytic ileus, prostate enlargement, ulcers, glaucoma, urinary, intestinal or kidney problems and  known allergies. Make your doctor aware of any drugs and supplements you're currently taking.

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