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Lisinopril Cause Problems Copd
COPD may include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. Chronic bronchitis is the production of increased mucus caused by inflammation. Bronchitis is considered chronic if you cough and produce excess mucus most days for three months in a year, two years in a row. Emphysema is a disease that damages the air sacs and/or the smallest breathing tubes in the lungs. ...Read more
I am 71, have copd, on oxygen, taking lisinopril and coreg (carvedilol). Pulse was erratic for 1 hour. High 139 low 59. Bp was fine. Why?
What to do asap for dry nasal passages no moisture at all outside in cool air can breath am being treated for high blood pressure and COPD taking plavix, lisinopril, metoprolol, simmvistatin and terazosin. Recently started spireva and pro air inhalers but
Can losartan cause reflux? Would stoppage get rid of the problem? Never had reflux problems before starting hbp meds. Was on lisinopril b4 same problem
GERD and losartan: I would talk to your physician (p) about starting a proton pump inhibitor, such as prilosec, to see if your reflux (r) problem is resolved with its use. Losartan-like drugs have very few adverse effects and r is not commonly known to happen. The fact that you had symptoms of r on Lisinopril is evidence that your r is not related to any BP medication. Speak to your physician for more information. ...Read more
I take 2.5 tablets of Lisinopril, I was prescribed 500mg naproxen 2twice a day today for joint pain from lupus. Will the Naproxen cause bp problems?
Naproxen: The NSAID can cause BP problems, however this has been associated with chronic use. Use for a few days is usually not a problem. ...Read more
In too high a dose: Benzodiazepines are vastly safer than barbiturates and barbiturate-like drugs because their activities stop at the upper part of the brain and do not, in therapeutic doses, extend to the respiratory centers in the midbrain. Together with alcohol, opiates, other depressant drugs, and in very high doses (or iv) they can and do cause problems, even without copd. Normally, in usual doses, they don't. ...Read more
Liver: Kava kava (piper methysticum) alone has been reported to cause liver toxicity and the combination increases this likelihood. ...Read more
Not high on the list: Probably another cause.Get a more detailed answer ›
Rare: This would be considered a very rare and unanticipated side effect of lisinopril. ...Read more
Can you have an allergic reaction to lisinopril when you have been on it for three years with no problems?
Yes: Yes you can have the problem even later. ...Read more
I've been on 5mg lisinopril since an ablation in january an my weight has gone up 5+ pounds since. Could this cause it?
Not common: Seems like any medication can cause just about anything! But statistically it's not something I run into commonly in daily practice...and I use this med a lot! Some patients feel "saggy" or run down a few hours after taking it, but usually pull out of this sensation later in the day. If this is happening then try taking the lisinopril at bedtime and see if this corrects the issue. Good luck! ...Read more
I am taking lisinopril (sp) for htn. I started taking it at nite but I couldn't sleep & it caused nightmares. Any suggestions?
It shouldn't: Lisinopril is usually not associated with weight gain. If one experiences weight gain on this medication, I believe it would be a good reason to see the pcp and get examined and some labs done. It does affect the kidneys and an untoward problem could develop that would need attention. ...Read more
Why does zestril (lisinopril) sometimes cause coughing? Would the cough be constant or intermittent?
ACE inhibition.: There is an enzyme in your lungs called angiotensin converting enzyme. It is inhibited by zestril (lisinopril). As a result there is a local accumulation of products (possibly kinins, substance p and thromboxane) that triggers cough. The cough is intermittent and nonproductive - some describe a tickle like cough. ...Read more
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (Copd) (Definition)
Also known as COPD, may include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. Chronic bronchitis is the production of increased mucus caused by inflammation. ...Read more
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