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Who should not take Edluar?

Do not take Edluar if you are allergic to any of its ingredients or if you are taking the medicine sodium oxybate. Let your doctor know if you have problems with breathing, metabolism, blood pressure, or problems with your kidneys, liver, or heart. Your doctor should also know if you have ever had mood or mental problems, suicidal thoughts, or alcohol or drug addiction. Edluar should be avoided during pregnancy.

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