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Who should not take Dopram?

Although Dopram may help people recover from surgery or a drug overdose, it may cause problems if you have other medical conditions. Talk to your doctor about your medical history, including if you have or have had epilepsy, seizure disorders, pulmonary embolism, mechanical ventilation obstruction, muscle paresis, flail chest, pneumothorax, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, head injury, cerebral vascular injury, cerebral edema, stroke, cardiovascular impairment, heart failure, heart disease, hypertension, tumor of adrenal glands, increase in spinal fluid pressure, liver disease or kidney disease. Dopram should not be used in infants or in people who are allergic to any of its ingredients.

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