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Taking moexipril with cyclosporine could be harmful to the kidneys. Talk to your healthcare provider about this potential interaction if you take cyclosporine. Your healthcare provider may recommend that you stay well hydrated. Also, tell your healthcare provider right away if you notice a decrease in your usual urination while taking moexipril.
If you are taking moexipril with a diuretic, your blood pressure may decrease too much. Your healthcare provider may choose to stop the diuretic before starting moexipril, or start you on a lower moexipril dosage. Talk to your healthcare provider about your specific situation if you take a diuretic.
If you take moexipril with eplerenone, the level of potassium in your blood may become too high. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your blood potassium level if you take these drugs together.
Taking moexipril and everolimus together may increase your risk for a serious reaction called angioedema (swelling below the skin surface). Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you develop hives; red welts; or any swelling of the eyes, lips, tongue, throat, hands, or feet while taking moexipril.
Injectable Gold
Medications like moexipril may increase the risk for side effects from gold injections. These side effects include facial flushing, nausea, vomiting, and low blood pressure. Talk to your healthcare provider about this potential interaction before taking these drugs together.
Iron Dextran
There have been reports of serious reactions to iron dextran in people taking medications like moexipril. Your healthcare provider may choose to give you a test dose (a very small dose to see how you react to the medication) of iron dextran when you first start treatment if you are taking moexipril.
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