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What are the side effects of benazepril?

Side effects can occur when taking benazepril. If the following symptoms occur, you should call your doctor immediately: fainting, changes in urination, fever, flu-like symptoms, skin rash or blistering, paleness or easy bruising of the skin, jaundice, swelling, chest pain, muscle weakness, trouble breathing or swallowing, stomach pain and rapid, unexplained weight gain. You should discuss the following symptoms with your doctor if they worsen or do not decrease over time: cough, dizziness, drowsiness, headaches, constipation, nausea and mild skin rash. Because symptoms may occur that are not listed here, discuss any other symptoms that arise while taking benazepril with your doctor to determine if they are associated with benazepril.

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