What should I know about fosinopril?

Fosinopril Sodium is an ACE inhibitor that lowers blood pressure. It is important to take this medication regularly to receive maximum benefit. Fosinopril Sodium may cause dizziness or lightheadedness. Alcohol, some medications, and abruptly standing may exacerbate these side effects. You should drive or operate machinery until you know how Fosinopril Sodium affects you. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and avoid excessive sweating to stay hydrated. Fosinopril Sodium can cause serious birth defects, and even death of the fetus, during the second and third trimester. Do not take Fosinopril Sodium if you are more than three months pregnant.

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