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Can I use Univasc if I am breastfeeding?

Experts say you should be cautious about taking the blood pressure medication Univasc while breastfeeding; your doctor may advise you not to take it. Researchers don't know whether the medication's active ingredient, moexipril, passes into breast milk, or whether the drug may harm an infant. Consult with your doctor if you are taking Univasc and want to breastfeed, or vice versa.

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