Time Released Form Of 20mg Lisinopril Pill For Stomach Upset

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Tom Says:


I am taking 20mg of Lisinopril per day. However, I am on a diet and with the reduced amount of food I eat the Lisinopril upsets my stomach. Is there a time-release form of the 20 mg Lisinopril pill?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tom! How are you?

Have you tried making sure to take it with a meal and not on an empty stomach? That can often mitigate the nausea. The FDA lists other typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

What do you usually take it with?

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