Lisonopril And Continued Rash

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I woke up 3 nights ago with both arms covered by what appeared to be mosquito bites. I was mystified,nut thought it might be poison ivy. The next morning, I called my BCBS hotline, who identified this an allergic reaction. I called my doctor, who took me off of lisinopril and wnats me to try taking nothing for a week, then start 2.5 mg amlodipine if necessary.
I have minor rash (itchy) on my legs every morning. How long will this continue?
I stopped taking fish oil, a recent addition, in case this was the culprit.
I also got a severe rash from hyzaar blood pressure medecine.
I have also been taking very low doses of xanax for a year now.

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Unfortunately, allergic reactions are always possible, and if you've had a reaction already to a medication, in the past, there is a good chance you will find more that you are allergic to, while it may be annoying, it is just a matter of trial and error to find which medication(s) will work for you, without making you miserable.

Amlodipine may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

As to how long it will last, there is really no way to say, it depends on your body, I once had an allergic rash that took over a month to fully go away.

How are you doing? Has there been any change?

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