Can I Lose Weight While Taking Lisinopril?

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Sue Says:
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Seems no matter what I do I can't remove my weight since my heart attack. I'm taking 5 mg Lisinopril and 25mg Metoprolol. I always could take charge of my weight and now nothing works.



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Verwon Says:

Most blood pressure and cardiac medications can cause weight gain, according to FDA reports, and yes, you may not be able to lose it, while taking them. Have you consulted your doctor?

You might need to try different medications.

How much have you gained?

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