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If you have HAE, discuss the medicines you are currently taking with your doctor. Some medicines have been reported to potentially trigger HAE attacks, including:
These drugs expand blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more easily. ACE inhibitors are used to treat symptoms of heart failure and to lower blood pressure. Talk to you doctor about your high blood pressure medication.
In a recent study, 63% of women with HAE taking these drugs reported new or worsened hereditary angioedema attacks. Talk to your doctor about your birth control options.