Chlorthalidone And Coughing Side Effect

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Francesa Says:
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After two weeks of taking Chlorthalidone I have a maddening cough, yet my lungs are clear. Anyone else experience this?



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Verwon Says:

That can be a side effect of most medications used to help control blood pressure, cardiac conditions, or remove excess fluid from the body, according to FDA reports. The problem, however, is that once the cough starts, it doesn't usually go away, so you may need to try a different medication.

I experienced it from Lisinopril and had to switch to a different medication.

Have you informed your doctor? Are you on any other medications?

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Arlene Says:

I have been on chlorthalidone for 3 weeks. My cough is driving me nuts. I will stop taking it this weekend and call my cardiologist Monday.

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