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Who should not take hydrocodone and chlorpheniramine?

People with allergies to codeine medications or chlorpheniramine antihistamines should not take hydrocodone-chlorpheniramine. If you have developed diarrhea due to poisoning or consuming contaminated food or water or due to antibiotic use, you should not continue taking hydrocodone and chlorpheniramine. If you are taking the medication GHB (sodium oxybate), you should not take hydrocodone and chlorpheniramine. Pregnant women should discuss potential risks with their doctors before continuing on hydrocodone and chlorpheniramine as risk to a fetus in the final trimester of pregnancy cannot be ruled out.

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