Tinnitus And Losartan 50mg

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Blood Says:

I started taking Losartan 50mg two and a half weeks ago and I have developed tinnutis, this is not a common side effect but an adverse one, I've previously been on Rampiril but didn't feel well, will this side effect go away or will it be permanent or should I change medication again, and if it's in the same family of arbs will I get it again. I'm getting quite worried, docs saying my ears look clear so don't know what to do.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, as reported by the U.S. FDA, that is a known side effect of this medication, along with nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension.

Such side effects are usually transient and go away, once your body gets used to the medication, but that may take 4 to 6 weeks. If it doesn't improve, after that point, or if it worsens at any time, please consult your doctor.

If you take another ARB, it does carry the risk of causing the same side effects, but there are other classifications of medications that you can try.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Joseph Says:
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I am taking Losartan 50mg for BP i developed tinnitus ,after one month of use today while reading side effect I knew possible relationship
Today I am not taking the pill to see tinning will go away,by the way I do not take any other prescription

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Joy Says:

I been taking Losartan pot 50 mg and the first 14 days I started having ringing in my ears and muscle fatigue. I know this is not an side effect but it is adverse affect for me. Should I stop I have been on the medication for 3 months now with the ringing in my ears. I cant sleep now

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Joseph Says:
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Re: Joseph (# 2)

After stopping lozartan for 3 weeks tinning still exist ,I have scheduled an ear doctor appointment to find out

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