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Who should not take propylhexedrine?

Propylhexedrine should be used with caution in people with thyroid disease, heart disease or diabetes mellitus. The safety and effectiveness of propylhexedrine treatment is unknown in children under six years of age or in pregnant women. If you have any questions about its safety, consult with your doctor before using propylhexedrine.

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