Swollen Lips, Gums, Tongue With Lisinopril

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diva doll Says:


for over 3 weeks have had serious issues with my lips, tongue, overall inside mouth raw, and sandpaper texture...like plastic....severly dry all day and impossible at night. Tried all OTC products no avail....seems lisinopril MUST BE THE CAUSE> any one else.



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Verwon Says:

What is your current dosage?

Lisinopril can cause dry mouth and dehydration, so yes, it could be the cause, however, your symptoms sound much more severe than normal.

Have you contacted your doctor about this, yet? You will probably need a dosage reduction or a switch to a different medication.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Lisinopril/­

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Bill Says:

I have been getting swollen areas around the mouth which started about every other day and would disappear usually within 12 to 15 hrs. this happened for about 3 wks. then stopped for 1 month. Now it has started again first with upper area above right lip, then above left lip ,now lower right lip and chin area. Now after 4 hrs. it is starting to subside.....
Any ideas about cause or cure........

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me here Says:

I have been taking Lisinopril for over ten years last night I woke to my tongue swollen on left side 330 am by 430 am underneath tongue swollen to. I could not breath. I went to er and so happen the nurse that took care of me his wife had same problem 6 months earlier she had taken it 6 years. He saved my life he knew what to do I was released at 10 am still swelled, but much better. I cant take it anymore would not if they told me ok. I never want go threw this again. you never know when it will hit be careful they need to take off market. True story

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