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Who should not use Acular?

If you're allergic to any ingredient in Acular or to other NSAIDs or aspirin, you shouldn't use these eye drops. Women who are pregnant should not use Acular, especially late in pregnancy. Talk to your doctor before using Acular if you have other eye problems like abnormal corneas or dry eye syndrome. If you have diabetes, bleeding problems, rheumatoid arthritis or asthma, talk with your doctor before using Acular.

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