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Who should not take Combunox?

Some people should not take Combunox or should take it only under the careful supervision of a doctor. These include; people who have a stomach condition called paralytic ileus; those who are allergic to ibuprofen, oxycodone or other ingredients in Combunox; people who have breathing problems, including asthma; and those who recently have had or will soon have a type of heart surgery called a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG). A doctor should be informed about any pre-existing medical conditions, including liver disease, heart disease, history of addiction, gastrointestinal disorders, breathing disorders and others, before a person begins taking Combunox.

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