Lisinophctz 20125tab Internl Lb

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peach/LL on one side and BO2 on other



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Alexis Metzger Says:

I have recently been layed-off of my job and wondered if your company could help me in getting Lisinopril 20mg until I find employment. I have yet to receive un-employment and my health insurance runs out 7/31/2009.
Thank you for any help you can provide.
Alexis

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Verwon Says:

The tablet LL BO2 contains 20mgs of Lisinopril and 12.5mgs of Hydrochlorothiazide, a generic for Prinzide, this is used to help treat Hypertension.

Some common side effects my include: nausea, headache and dizziness.

You can read more about it here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Hydrochlorothiazide%2C+HCTZ+%2B+Lisinopril/­

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Verwon Says:

Alexis, this site does not manufacture nor prescribe any medications, this is an information only website.

However, you try this website:

PPARX CLICK HERE

To see if they can help you.

Did anyone have any other questions?

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