Lisinop/hctz 20-12. Tab Myla

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white,round pill with M on one side and L H 2 ON OTHER SIDE



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fay endy Says:

I take on of these daily plus another pill - ATENOLOL. Do these conflict with each other and what are the benefits of taking the two pills?

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Lisinop/20-12.5 Says:

My name is Jim Pennell and I need to know if Lisinop20/12.5 is a blood pressure or a fluid pill for water release. I could not find what I needed on this site. Thanks, Jim Pennell

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Jamie Says:

This drug appears to be a combination of Hydrochlorothiazide + Lisinopril - generic for Zestoretic or Prinzide.

The Hydrochlorothiazide acts as a diuretic, and the Lisinopril is an ACE inhibitor. This med is for controlling hypertension.

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Jimmy Says:

I been taking these for 2 wks, the last couple days have been terrible, Major Dizziness, Nausea and muscle spasms, I skipped today, and ALREADY feel better, I'm going back to Altace

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Jimmy Says:

Oh, I forgot to mention. Definitly a diuretic. EVERY 2- 3 hours I had to urinate, again, already notice a big improvement by NOT taking todays dose..

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vince Says:

i have been taking Lisinop HCTZ 20-12.5 tabs twice daily for appox 9 mos. and now i am experiencing ED. This is very troubling for me . I would like any info on this problem.

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msmary10 Says:

is it ok to take a potassium supplement while taking lisinop/hctz20/12

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rick fields Says:

my wife is a recently diagnosed Type 2 diabetic and wanted to know if Lisinop 20-12once a day can raise her blood sugar ?

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amanda Says:

My lisinopri manufact changed to myla are my 40 mg pills suppose to b green with M om on one side and L25 on the other side

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Gerry Says:
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My doctor gives it to me for high blood pressure

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