Lisin Hctz 20 25mg

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SHERRI Says:


MY HUSBAND'S TAKING LISIN/HCTZ 20-25. AFTER EATING IF HE SITS STILL HE'S FINE. IF HE GETS UP TO WALK AROUND HE GETS A SEVERE STOMACH ACHE WHICH LASTS USUALLY 15 TO 20 MINUTES. ANY IDEA WHY?



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Roy Says:

Hi Sherri - Upset stomach / nausea is listed as a possible side effect of this medication. [1] What I would suggest is letting his prescribing physican know, as they may decide to switch your husband's dose or medication. Hope this helps! Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

[1] http:/­/­dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/­dailymed/­drugInfo.cfm?id=40550

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Regina Joseph Says:

I was once taking the same medication and had a bad reaction from the lisinopril. I had to go to the emergency room and get a shot in the hip. The doctor said that he had several people come in that same week taking this same medication. He also says that the lisinopril could cause your body to shut down. I am now taking the hydrochlorothiazide 25mg half a pill a day.

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