What Arthritis Medicine Can I Take With Lisinopril

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fazer Says:


I am currently taking Lisinopril 10MG and my arthritis has really been acting up. I use to take Meloxicam 15mg but doing some reading it suggests the two are not good to take in combination... Any suggestions? Been taking Ibuprofen 800 but this is just a temp fix as the pain is still in my knees and feet.



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David Says:

Hi fazer,

Sorry to hear about your challenges with arthritis. I also looked up the drug interaction you're referring to between Lisinopril + Meloxicam and would agree that unless you're under frequent medical supervision, it's probably wise to not risk it. The University of Maryland Medical Center (drug interaction tool / umm.edu) describes this drug combination as causing blood pressure or kidney problems. On the other hand, they also go on to state that, "If you are using both medicines together, your doctor may change the dose or how often you use one or both of the medicines." - I'm assuming to lessen the possibility and/or severity of negative side effects. Have you looked into trying any natural alternatives for the arthritis pain (e.g. Turmeric, Kratom [maeng da or bali], THC and/or CBD oil, eating raw vegan - detoxifying/anti-inflammatory foods, MSM, Glucosamine & Chondroitin, Collagen supplements, Rebounding as a form of exercise, etc...)? Anyhow, I realize this is probably a lot to take in, but I hope you and others might find this post helpful.

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