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Who should not use cromolyn inhalation aerosol?

If you have certain medical conditions, including arrhythmia or heart disease, coronary artery disease, kidney disease or liver disease, you may not be able to use cromolyn inhalation aerosol or your doctor may need to adjust your dosage. Cromolyn inhalation aerosol is not known to affect an unborn baby when taken by a pregnant woman, but it may pass into breast milk. You should not use cromolyn inhalation aerosol if you are breastfeeding without discussing the risks and benefits with your doctor. This drug is not approved for children under five years of age. You should not use cromolyn inhalation aerosol if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.

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