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Who should not take K-Lor?

You should only take K-Lor if you know you are potassium deficient. Do not take K-Lor if you have kidney failure or are severely dehydrated. Consult your doctor about K-Lor if you have kidney failure, severe tissue damage, heart disease, hypertension, intestinal or gastric blockage or chronic diarrhea. Definitely do not take K-Lor if you have hyperkalemia, a condition in which you have too much potassium in your blood.

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