Who should not use selenium sulfide?

Certain people should not use selenium sulfide because of an increased risk of side effects. If you are allergic to selenium sulfide or any of its ingredients, you should not use it. You should also not use selenium sulfide if you have cuts, burns, blisters, or other sores or irritations on your skin. If you are using other topical medications, talk to your doctor about whether it is okay to continue using those along with selenium sulfide. Pregnant women should only use selenium sulfide if absolutely necessary. Talk with your doctor if you have questions about whether you are able to use selenium sulfide.

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