Well Losartan Hctz100 25mg Hair Lose

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jenny Says:

I take losartan-hctz100-25mg 1 a day could this make me lose my hair have bing on it for 2 months have starting loseing my , is this a sideeffects also take verapamil er240mg this one around 2 years. thank you jenny

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David Says:

Hi jenny,

According to The National Library of Medicine, Losartan can in fact cause alopecia (hair loss) as a side effect. It doesn't appear to be very common though since this side effect is not listed in other directories, but it does happen.

If it becomes unbearable, you may want to consider switching medications or looking into a natural alternative that may be safer to use in the long run.

Have you had a chance to discuss this concern with your doctor yet?

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Fwc Says:

Am on Losartan, Inderal, clonidine, I have been on these for 3 years and have lost over half of my hair, are there alternative HBP meds that don't come with hair loss, I am very upset!

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