Lisinopril 10mg Tab Internl Lb

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carol Says:
should i beafraid to taje this med , i have had the prescription for more than a month

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carol Says:
does the drug lisinopril cause diabeties

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Verwon Says:
Lisinopril is an ACE inhibitor that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

Learn more Lisinopril details here.

That said, no it will not cause diabetes, but it is sometimes used to help prevent complications that can occur when someone is diabetic, because it can help protect the kidneys and the eyes.

It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and dry cough.

As to whether or not you should be afraid to take it, it is no more or less risky than any other similar medications, but such concerns should be discussed with your doctor, so you can make the most fully informed decision possible.

And the main fact to remember is that it is far more risky to let a dangerous medical condition go untreated.

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Michael Says:
Hell.My what is the difference between lisinopril 20mg and lisinopril 20mg internl LB My wife claims the regular lisinopril makes her a bit sick where the internl LB does not. Thank you!

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Rue Says:
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What is the difference between internal and hctz? Both lisinopril?

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