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What should I know about Acuvail before taking it?

Acuvail should not be instilled in the eye while wearing contact lenses. If you have had allergic reactions to anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen, you should avoid Acuvail. Before using Acuvail, tell your doctor about any health conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis, bleeding disorders, or eye problems, such as glaucoma, cornea damage, excessive dryness or recent eye surgery. These conditions might cause an adverse reaction with Acuvail.

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