Liprosil Side Effects

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can liprosil cause impotence? ## Yes, Lisinopril can cause erectile dysfunction, that is a common side effect of most blood pressure medications. You may also experience: nausea, dizziness and stomach pain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lisinopril.
Mon, Nov 08 '10, 2:34 PM
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is liprosil used for hypertension? ## I have an enlarged LV due to hypertension. My doctor prescribed me Lisopril for that very reason, so I believe so. ## I think the initial confusion here was caused by the incorrect medication name, it's actually called Lisinopril. It is an ACE inhibitor that's most commonly used to help lower high blood pressure and to treat certain cardiac conditions. The side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry cough and stomach pain. You can learn more Lisinopril details here. Does this sound like the correct medication? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lisinopril.
Tue, Feb 26 '13, 4:54 PM
side effects from taking 1000mg of liprosil
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what would happen if some took 1000mg of liprosil all at once? ## Liprosil contains the active ingredient Lisinopril, which is an ACE inhibitor that's used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. That said, there is a chance that taking 1,000mgs at once could be fatal. The maximum recommended dosage is 80mgs a day and that quite exceeds that. You can learn more Lisinopril details here. Since it works on your cardiovascular system to lower blood pressure and help heart function, it could lower them too much, which may result in heart failure. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lisinopril.
Thu, May 16 '13, 12:48 PM
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Taking Liprosil for High blood pressure, is it in any way a blood thinner? ## what are the side effects of liprosil ## I believe the medication your referring to is Lisinopril, which is used to help lower high blood pressure. To reference the first question, no, it is not a blood thinner, this medication actually works by helping to relax the blood vessels, so blood can flow more freely, this reducing the interior pressure. Some of the most common side effects of these types of medications include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. You can read more information here: Is there any other information I can help you with? ## Ive been taking liprosil for a while now and I have noticed that since the beginning I have beeb coughing every now and then, when I cough I can feel that the... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Soma.
Thu, Jan 20 '11, 12:32 PM
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Is a dry cough one of the side effect from Liprosil. ## I started taking 20mg a day 7 days ago and haven't seen much of a change in my BP. I take it at night, I have had no side effects, just wondering how long it takes to kick in. I take my BP every morning and every night and it still runs pretty high. thanks ## Lisinopril is used to help lower high-blood pressure. Most medications can take several weeks to a month to reach their full effect in the body. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## Yes, there can be a cough associated with this product. At least, that is what my doctor told me ## just been taken off liprosil beacuse of the coughing fits it gives me and changed to another,.... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lisinopril.
Mon, Mar 14 '11, 2:17 AM
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Can i get stomach pain or burning ## Liprosil contains the active ingredient Lisinopril, which is an ACE inhibitor that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. And yes, it can cause some excess stomach acidity as a side effect. How bad is it? If it's really problematic and putting you in a lot of pain, make sure to consult your doctor, you may need to switch to a different medication. Learn more Liprosil details here. ## I was prescribed Lisinopril 20 mg yesterday. After reading about legal cases for it causing liver failure, I'm afraid to take it! Plus, all of the other side effects are scary, too! I know someone, who has been on it for 2 years, and suddenly bloated up with red, puffy face, and he had to quit taking Lisinopril! I do... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 8:34 AM
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Does Liprosil blood pressure medicine cause heavy periods? ## Hello, Liz! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. It's not among the side effects reported by the FDA. They list its most common typical ones as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and low libido. However, it's difficult to say how any medication might effect any given person that tries it. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Mar 26 '16, 6:11 PM

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