Is There Any Difference Between Taking Zestril Or Prinivil?

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I take lisinopril and wanted to know if there is any difference between taking either the zestril or prinivil? I am talking about differences besides the actual way the pill looks, relating more to how you feel on either of them or side effect related.....



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Pesa Says:

I am curious too. I have taken lisinopril for years and never known it to have another name on my bottle. My bp was awesome. Now all the sudden it says generic for prinovil and It doesn't seem to work at all. I think the zesteril has the hydroclorothyazide added and its a small diueretic and makes you pee more. I took the HCTZ alone before and it made me feel like I always had a uti. burning sensation. IDK to tell my doctor to up dosage or what since it doesn't seem like its working.

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What does lisinopril help me in my health?

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Verwon Says:

No, they both contain the same active ingredient, Lisinopril, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

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

Berhe, have you been diagnosed with high blood pressure, or a cardiac condition?

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