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If I'm pregnant, is it safe to take Aceon?

It's not safe to take the blood pressure medication Aceon (perindopril) if you're pregnant. Using Aceon or any angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor during pregnancy can seriously harm or be fatal to a developing fetus. If you discover you're pregnant while you're on Aceon, don't take another dose and call your doctor right away.

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