Who should not get the hepatitis A and B combination vaccine?

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If you're allergic to any ingredient in the hepatitis A and B combination vaccine, or if you've had a reaction to another hepatitis A or B vaccine before, you should not receive this vaccination. If you're allergic to yeast, neomycin or latex rubber, don't get this vaccination. Talk to your doctor before getting the hepatitis A and B combination vaccine if you have a history of seizures, a bleeding disorder, multiple sclerosis or a weakened immune system. Tell your doctor, before getting the hepatitis A and B combination vaccine, if you're pregnant or breast-feeding, because it's not known whether this vaccine may harm a developing fetus or nursing baby. If you have questions about whether you should get the hepatitis A and B combination vaccine, talk to your doctor.

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