Atenolol in Pregnancy


Because of the possible risk that atenolol poses to an unborn child, even during the first trimester of pregnancy, you should be sure to let your healthcare provider know if you are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant prior to taking atenolol. Your healthcare provider will consider the benefits and risks of using atenolol during pregnancy before making a recommendation in your particular situation. There are other treatment options for women who are pregnant or could become pregnant.
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