What should I know about Dopram before receiving it?

You should not drink alcohol or use sedative-like medications when you receive Dopram. You should not drive after receiving Dopram until you know how you will respond to the medication. Tell your doctor if you are breastfeeding, pregnant or plan to become pregnant before taking Dopram. The drug should only be used during pregnancy if clearly necessary. It is not known whether Dopram passes into breast milk.

You should not be given this drug if you have any history of heart problems, high blood pressure, a seizure disorder, blood vessel problems or if you are having or recently had an asthma attack, blocked airways, pulmonary embolism, chest or head injury, stroke or swelling in the brain. Talk to your doctor about the risks if you have an overactive thyroid, adrenal gland tumors, spinal fluid pressure that is higher than normal or liver or kidney problems. Talk to your doctor about any medications you're taking, as some may interact with this drug.

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