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Can I take warfarin if I'm pregnant?

You cannot take warfarin if you are pregnant because this medicine can harm an unborn baby. If you are of childbearing age and can get pregnant, you should make sure to use effective birth control measures while taking warfarin. If you are planning to get pregnant, talk with your doctor. If you are taking warfarin and suspect you may be pregnant, talk with your doctor right away.

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