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Who should not take sodium phosphate?

Do not take sodium phosphate if it is likely to damage your kidneys. Medications and past or present medical conditions may make you more at risk for kidney damage.

Do not take sodium phosphate if you have kidney disease, dehydration or electrolyte imbalance. Exercise caution when taking sodium phosphate if you have liver problems, heart problems, bowel problems, difficulty swallowing, epilepsy or persistent vomiting or diarrhea.

Do not take sodium phosphate if you are over 56 years old.

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