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Are there any risks in taking Exforge?

When you take Exforge, you also take certain risks, though most of them are rare. There is a rare risk of developing blood pressure that is too low when taking Exforge, a condition that is usually pre-empted through doctor observation. In addition, people with heart disease have a greater risk of developing angina (chest pain) if they are taking Exforge. There is a slight risk - especially if you already have a condition - that you will develop heart or kidney failure while taking Exforge. Pregnant women should not take Exforge as there is a great risk posed to the unborn baby.

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