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rashid Says:


my mom is a diabetic and as well as patient for blood pressure and she always takes all the medicines on time but still she sweats and feels dizzy as well as feels really weak all the time. she is around 50 years old and I am very concerned about her, please help me out as I am very worried about her. she also has a problem where her voice is changing and her allergies are COUGH WITH ACE LISINOPRIL and her principal diagnosis are DYSPHONIA and secondary diagnosis are ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX, please make me understand these and how to treat her voice too..



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rashid ahmed Says:

my first question is basically why does my mom sweat, feel dizzy and have often headaches even after she takes her diabetic and BP medicines on time?
and secondly moms voice is kind of changing and when we went for a check up they said that she has COUGH WITH ACE LISINOPRIL and her principal diagnosis are ACUTE LARYNGITIS WITHOUT MENTION OF OBSTRUCTION and secondary diagnosis are ALLERGIC RHINITIS,CAUSE UNSPECIFIED. I just want to know what does all this mean and what is the best treatment for all this?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rashid! How is your mom doing?

If they've stated that she had acute laryngitis, that would explain the voice change. Once that clears up, things should return to normal, the rhinitis may be contributing, if she has post nasal drip irritating her throat.

However, if she's got a cough from the Lisinopril, the only solution for that is to switch to a different blood pressure medication, because that dry cough usually doesn't go away, but will continue as long as she taking it.

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

It could also be causing some of her other symptoms. How long has she been taking the Lisinopril?

Taking mediations on time doesn't prevent them from causing side effects.

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