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Who should not use Ryzolt?

Ryzolt should not be used by people with a history of alcohol abuse, depression, drug abuse, mental illness or central nervous system depression or infection. The drug should also not be used if you have a head injury, hormonal problems, increased pressure in the head, a history of seizures or epilepsy, respiratory depression or kidney disease.

Women who are pregnant, might be pregnant or who are breastfeeding should not use Ryzolt. Use it with caution if you have severe stomach problems or liver disease. Ryzolt is an opioid analgesic that can be habit-forming and may lead to thoughts of suicide.

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