Is Lisinopril Used For High Blood Pressure

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David Says:

After gathering information, I found that Lisinopril, (although not a complete cure) is used to lower blood pressure. Lisinopril works by relaxing blood vessels to control high blood pressure.

To view more information regarding Lisinopril and possible side effects, please refer to the link below...
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If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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stephenssky Says:

Yes it is for high blood pressure. I currently take it.

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