Lisinop/hctz 20-25

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LL on side
BO3 on other side
Round pill

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Verwon Says:
Yes, your ID is correct on the drug and dosage. This is used to help lower blood pressure.

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joe Says:
After several months on Norvasc, I developed swelling of legs and feet. Also noticed shortness of breath if active(dancing). Dr. switched me to Lisinop/HCTZ 20-25. Swelling gone after a few days and blood pressure better, but some dry cough when prone and shortness of breath still present..

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jack Says:
is there any possible way to fail a drug test for employment while taking this medicine

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MrsNics Says:
his percription is myhusbands{LISINOP/HTCZ/20/25 TAB}; it makes his stool very soft and runny. Also he takes it early in the am bout 5:30ish & by 10ish he feel slightly dissy and there are times he says his ears are/feel like there pluged up.I'm concerened bucause last month he said the samething about his ears and he fell out onme I called the squad and they took him to the hospital saying his heart rate was droped to 40 and his blood pressure was low. The hospital said it was due to dehydreation. When we got back hoe a week/10 days he saw are Doc who put him on blood pressure pills that are only giving him more problemsas far as I can tell. Can anyone help me figure all this out?

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