Weight Loss On Lisinopril

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Tony Says:


I've been on 5mg Lisinopril for almost 3 months and have lost 6-8 lbs. without trying. I was only about 180lbs. to begin with. Will the weight loss eventually stop or should I stop the medication? Thanks....Tony



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Verwon Says:

Lisinopril is most commonly used to help lower blood pressure.

Have you spoken to your doctor about this, yet?

The weight loss is not considered a normal side effect, but a rare and unusual one. Normally, most side effects start to wear off in 4 to 6 weeks of use.

It's very important to involve your doctor in the decision you make about the drug, since the weight loss could also be caused by something else.



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Tony Says:

Thank you for your reply. Rest assured I am not stopping or changing any meds without consulting my doc.

Tony

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