Lisinopril A Blood Thinner

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Metoprolol and lisinopril meds

My husband takes 12.5 mg metoprolol in the morning and his lisinopril 2.5 at night. His cardiologist said to take 12.5 metoprolol in the am and another 12.5 in the pm. Our question is can the two medications together cause his no to get too low? He was put on the lisinopril to thin his blood since he is diabetic. Is it normal to be on both if there is no heart condition? ## Neither of these medications are blood thinners. What condition does he have that requires him to see a cardiologist? Medications in this class are sometimes given to diabetics to help protect kidney function, according to the NIH. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and hypotension. Does your husband have high blood pressure? ...

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traumeel interaction?

I have an inflamed tooth that is killing me. I take a beta-blocker (Toprol XL) which keeps me from taking NSIADs such as Alleve. (The active ingredient interferes with the blood pressure lowering effects of Toprol.) Will I have the same problem with Traumeel? ## Is anyone aware of an interaction between using Traumeel and Coumadin (blood thinner) or Phenytoin (anti-seizure) medications. ## I am on a blood pressure pill Lisinopril 20MG my blood pressure is under control. The problem i have is my lower back is causing alot of discomfort i went to the Chiro for 4 months with no relief. My l5 disc is crushed...no surgery recommended at the time. I am sick of being in pain 24/7..... Someone told me to try Traumeel tabs my question is will it interfere with my blood pressure meds? I cant seem... ...

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Liprosil

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... ...

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