Who should not take acrivastine and pseudoephedrine?

Acrivastine-pseudoephedrine should not be taken by anyone with an allergy to either acrivastine or pseudoepedrine. Children under 12 years of age and breastfeeding women should not take acrivastine and pseudoephedrine, as the safety of this medication has not been determined for children or a developing fetus. Older persons may be more sensitive to the effects of this medication. Acrivastine-pseudoephedrine should also be used with caution in persons with diabetes, as it can affect blood sugar levels. Acrivastine-pseudoephedrine has not been proven effective in combating the common cold. This medication should only be taken by people who are suffering from seasonal allergies.

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