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Who should not take Patanase?

You should not use Patanase if you are allergic to the active ingredient, olopatadine. Before using Patanase, tell your doctor if you have any non-allergic conditions affecting your nose. These include a deviated septum, nasal ulceration, injury to the inside of the nose and nosebleeds. Patanase may not be safe for you to use. No studies have been done on whether Patanase is effective or safe for use in younger children. Patanase nasal spray is not recommended for use in children younger than six years of age. The safety of this medicine is not known for use during pregnancy or nursing. Make sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing.

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