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Hypertension (HTN) or high blood pressure is a cardiac Chronic (medicine) Disease in which the systemic arterial blood pressure ...
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Lisinopril 6,677 Atenolol 5,102 Hydrochlorothiazide 3,845
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Other name: Valsartan (Valsartan)
Other name: Zestril (Zestril)
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Valsartan (Angiotan) is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist (more commonly called an "ARB", or angiotensin receptor blocker), with particularly high Affinity (pharmacology) for the Angiotensin II receptor type 1. By blocking the action of angiotensin, ...
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Lisinopril is a drug of the ACE inhibitor class that is primarily used in treatment of hypertension, congestive heart failure, and myocardial infarction and also in preventing kidney and retinal complications of diabetes mellitus. Its indications, contr...
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Valsartan (Angiotan) is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist (more commonly called an "ARB", or angiotensin receptor blocker), with particularly high Affinity (pharmacology) for the Angiotensin II receptor type 1. By blocking the action of angiotensin, ...
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Lisinopril is a drug of the ACE inhibitor class that is primarily used in treatment of hypertension, congestive heart failure, and myocardial infarction and also in preventing kidney and retinal complications of diabetes mellitus. Its indications, contr...
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It took 3 weeks off the Lisinopril before the cough was...
" ...switch to Diovan because I had developed an \"ACE cough\" (a dry, ...very quickly. It took 3 weeks off the Lisinopril before the co... "

changes were most likely a reaction to the lisinopril. We...
" ...mood symptoms and changing from diovan to lisinopril. I switched back to diovan and felt better within just a ...that the mood changes were most likely a reaction to the lisinopril. We ruled... "

6 month, during which time I had a continual hacking cough...
" ...during which time I had a continual hacking cough, went on an inhaler and switched to diovan. Now a year later, every time I get a simple cold it... "

drove me crazy and made it hard to go to meetings at work...
" ...for several years. The cough just about drove me crazy and made it hard to go to meetings at work etc. I was finally switched to Diovan and have not had any... "

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Lisinopril for 6 mos and developed a cough...Dr, changed...
" ...Lisinopril for 6 mos and developed a cough...Dr, changed me to Diovan and I still suffered a cough just like all of these. I just started a Channel Blocker Plendil, but it... "

for a few months but it gave me a bad cough.... I...
" ...on lisinopril for a few months but it gave me a bad cough.... I knew that was a side effect but it didn't kick in for a few weeks. I had to change to Diovan (non-generic) but it works well. I a... "

changes were most likely a reaction to the lisinopril. we...
" ...diovan to lisinopril. I switched back to diovan and felt better within just a ...my conclusion that the mood changes were most likely a reaction to the lisinopril. we ruled out o... "

having some severe side effects from Lisinopril (after...
" ...pain\ After having some severe side effects from Lisinopril (after 3 years of taking it with no problems), my MD switched me to Diovan 8 months ...am almost positive the joint pain is from the d... "

having some severe side effects from Lisinopril (after...
" ...Cortisone injection, cortisone, lisinopril, ...side effects from Lisinopril (after 3 years of taking it with no problems), my MD switched me to Diovan ...am almost positive the joint pain is ... "

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diovan because lisinopril caused cough. but diovan causes...
" i was switched to diovan because lisinopril caused cough. but diovan causes joint pain and foot hurts and... "

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