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Ramipril for High Blood Pressure
We analyzed what people said about Ramipril and compared it to other High Blood Pressure medications
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take (ramipril) can also cause hair loss. Sent from the Dia...
" ...be found to what's causing it. I've also found out that my blood pressure tablets I take (ramipril) can also cause hair loss. Sent from the Diabetes Forum... "
t to 2.5mg. First week okay, then started to lose hair...
" Ramipril and hair loss :cry: I started taking Ramipril about 4 wks ago. 1.25mg to start and then GP upped it to 2.5mg. First week okay, then started to lose hair in clumps, also rest of ...off... "
ago, now I definitely have a loss of hair and a dry scalp...
" ...of hair, I started Ramipril a year ago, now I definitely have a loss of hair and a dry scalp, every day... "
very dry scalp on top. I am sure it is because of ramipril...
" I am not enjoying ramipril (1.25mg). The worst effect is significant hair loss and very dry scalp on top. I am sure it is because of ramipril which I... "
- just a dry tickle cough all the time. Also had hair loss...
" I took Ramipril for 7 months and did have the cough - just a dry tickle cough all the time. Also had hair loss from it - ugh. Not really any other side effects though. Turned out not to have ARVD... "
i I am taking Ramipril and I am suffering hairloss I also t...
" Ramipril and hair loss Hi I am taking Ramipril and I am suffering hairloss I also take Lanzoprazole, Antenolol, ...all describe patients can suffer hair... "
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