Losartan And Hoarseness

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I have been taking losartan for a few months and have hoarseness and feel the need to clear my throat intermittently. It’s not everyday but feels like it’s getting worse.

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Yusho Says:

I have been given losartan combo with HTZ for several years for Blood Pressure. At age 70 voice was suddenly barely there.
At 72 I see no hope of regaining voice. Run to a good ENT DOCTOR who will look at your throat and vocal chords.
Determine soon reason for throat issue. Medical professionals are not quick to blame a medicine that has been perscribed for you. However at least locate possible cause & treatment before you lose voice.

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VerFree Says:

Losartan has been known to cause dry mouth, dry throat, and a cough, as possible side effects, along with nausea, dizziness, and frequent urination.

Once it gets like that, however, it usually doesn't go away, and the person must try a different medication. Have you consulted your doctor?

Are you on any other medications?

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