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Who should not take olopatadine nasal spray?

People who have frequent nosebleeds, a deviated septum or nasal sores may be at risk for complications if they use olopatadine nasal spray. In addition, it has not been approved for use in children or pregnant women. Check with your doctor to see if olopatadine nasal spray may be the right treatment for you.

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