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Who should not take Visicol?

People who have bowel problems, trouble swallowing or a recent history of heart attack, heart surgery, gastric bypass surgery or stomach stapling, who take prescription laxatives, enemas or similar medications, must not take Visicol. People who suffer from congestive heart failure, epilepsy or other seizure disorders, alcohol addiction or heart, kidney or liver diseases, should not take Visicol (sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate and sodium phosphate dibasic anhydrous).

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