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Who should not use Yeast-gard?

Yeast-gard should not be used for more than seven days or in children under two years of age. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should not use Yeast-gard without your doctor's approval. Certain medications should be avoided in order to prevent complications with Yeast-gard. Be sure to let your doctor know about any other medications, herbal products or vitamins you currently take. 

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