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Who should not use Crolom?

You should not use Crolom if you are allergic to cromolyn. You should also not use the eye drops if you are wearing contact lenses; remove the lenses first. It is possible some medical conditions may require your doctor to adjust your dosage for safe use. Tell your doctor about any medical conditions you have prior to use. Crolom is not known to affect an unborn baby, but may pass into breast milk. You should not use Crolom if you are breastfeeding without discussing the risks and benefits of use with your doctor.

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