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If I am pregnant, is it safe to use Univasc?

It is not safe to take the blood pressure medication Univasc (moexipril) if you are pregnant. Taking Univasc in the second or third trimesters can cause serious harm to a developing fetus, including birth defects, premature birth or even death. If you become pregnant while taking Univasc, stop taking the drug right away and tell your doctor.

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