Amlopidine, Lisinopril And Metoprolol Together

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Amir Says:
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Can I stop Amlodipine while I also take Metoprolol and Lisinopril? The Amlodipine makes me feel cold and shivering quite often. Thank you.



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Sam Says:
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Doctor prescribed lisinopril and metoprolol to me and I didn't like how the lisinopril made me feel so I stoped taking it, can that make me sick, I've only been taking the metoprolo

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Verwon Says:

Amir, are you sure those side effects are due to the Amlodipine? The others can also cause such symptoms, according to NIH reports, they could also be completely unrelated to any of the medications.

Sam, I'm sorry, but your complete sentence did not post. How was it making you feel?

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

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