Who should not use belladonna and opium suppositories?

You should not use belladonna and opium suppositories if:

  • you are in labor prematurely
  • you have glaucoma
  • bowel mobility issues
  • seizure disorders
  • asthma or other breathing conditions
  • diarrhea related to antibiotic use

Before using belladonna and opium suppositories, discuss all medical conditions with your doctor, including any history of substance abuse; heart or blood pressure problems; kidney or liver conditions; or thyroid, stomach, gallbladder, prostate or pancreatic problems.

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