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Who should not take nalbuphine?

You should not take nalbuphine if you are pregnant or breastfeeding without first consulting your doctor. Also seek your doctor's advice if you are allergic to this medication or other narcotic pain relievers, have been addicted to drugs or have any of the following medical conditions: breathing difficulties, including asthma and other respiratory diseases; liver or kidney disease; or severe inflammatory bowel disease. Do not take this medication if you take any of the following medications: other narcotic pain medications; sedatives, tranquilizers, sleeping pills or muscle relaxers; antidepressants; medications for cough, cold or allergies; naloxone or naltrexone. Your doctor may suggest alternative treatments for your condition.

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