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Can I take naloxone if I have other medical conditions?

Naloxone can cause a negative reaction in the body for people with certain medical conditions. In addition, it may be unsafe to get naloxone treatment if you have, or have had a history of, a brain tumor or head injury, seizures, a heart condition, or drug or alcohol addiction. Talk to your doctor if you have any questions about your health and naloxone treatment.

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