Lisinopril

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Other names: Zestril, Prinivil
Method of use: Pill
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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 my...
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Does Lisinopril cause Dry Skin ?

#193 in Lisinopril discussions - 23 posts discuss Dry Skin with Lisinopril. Dry Skin is #193 concern in Lisinopril discussions.
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Priscilla
Lisinopril and wrinkles
I've been taking Lisinopril for several years, and I've noticed a huge loss of elasticity on the skin of my arms. I have been wondering if there's a connection.
Annette
March 3, 2014
I am experiencing the same problem. It just dont feel good it in general. I had diabetes and got rid of that. Lost a lot if weight. Tomorrow I am cutting down to 5 mg a day instead of 10. I wish that I had never been out on it. I have majors leg and joint pain. I exercise a lot and I hurt more than I did before I lost weight and got on this med.
A.J.
January 14, 2014
Hum maybe that is what has happened to my arms also.

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have been on lisinoprol for almost 2 years and my pressure...
" I have been on lisinoprol for almost 2 years and ...it is not listed as a side effect, I am having serious dry skin and hair... "

has dried out so bad, that I am beginning to loose my hair...
" ...Lisinopril for about the last maybe 8 to 10 years. It started with 20 miligrams and has now gone to 40 miligrams. Recently my pharmacy change the manufacturer of their Linsinopril. My face is ex... "

8 days. It has declined my sexual performance also itching...
" ...Lisinopril 20 mg only for 8 days. It has declined my sexual performance also itching on... "

I just started the higher Lisinopril dose 1 week...
" ...improvement. I just started the higher Lisinopril dose 1 week ago. ...discuss with my dr. whether Lasix might prevent the dry skin problems. I live in Colorado. ...makes the problem of dry ... "

has dried out so bad, that I am beginning to loose my hair...
" ...Lisinopril for about the last maybe 8 to 10 years. It started with 20 miligrams and has now gone to 40 miligrams. Recently my pharmacy change the manufacturer of their Linsinopril. My face is ex... "

I stopped Lisinopril since \"August 1st. It took until last...
" HI, I stopped Lisinopril since \"August 1st. It took ...with your thyroid function, this causing dry skin, flaking scalp and hair loss! ...the hair loss and of course lisinopril. Good luck to al... "

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could the Lisinopril cause it with a dry cough also which I...
" Dry Skin La abo mouzeh Only the Left Limbs though Hand ...!!! what could cause this to happen and could the Lisinopril cause it with a dry cough also which I thought was due to my... "

a lot of the side effects listed here. I have a dry cough...
" ...itchy skin, dry cough, graves disease, allways I have been on this medication for a year now. It has helped my Blood Pressure but I do have a lot of the side effects listed here. I have a dry... "

about six months ago. 20mg twice a day. I have the cough...
" ...started taking Lisinopril about six months ago. 20mg twice a day. I have the cough. I do sing-a-longs ...my hands were so dry, the skin was pealing off. My ...I have had a cold twice this... "

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