Breast pain is found among people who take Lisinopril, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for 2 - 5 years, also take medication Aspirin, and have Diabetes mellitus . We study 114,024 people who have side effects while taking Lisinopril from FDA and social media. Among them, 140 have Breast pain. Find out below who they are, when they have Breast pain and more.
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Lisinopril has active ingredients of lisinopril. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Lisinopril 115,032 users)
Breast pain has been reported by people with rashes, abdominal pain upper, abdominal pain, diarrhea, stress and anxiety (latest reports from 11,309 Breast pain patients).
On Aug, 24, 2016
114,024 people reported to have side effects when taking Lisinopril.
Among them, 140 people (0.12%) have Breast Pain
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi, I have been taking Lisinopril for high blood pressure for 10 years. Immediately on beginning I noticed that if I was too active my legs would hurt me very much after. I talked to each of my doctors about this and not one checked my circulation. I started taking the pill at night which helped a bit because the dose hit me hardest when I wasn't active. Recently my activity tolerance has decreased dramatically and this time I pushed on the circulation issue and was tested to discover I was right. (Sadly.) The timing might be coincidental but I never had any problem with activity caused leg pain before beginning Lisinopril. I told my doctor venous insufficiency was a known side effect of Lisinopril, and she responded that it was rare, as if that meant it couldn't possibly be true for me. She suggests trying a newer generation of Lisinopril. Does any one else have a similar story?
High Fever, Chills, High Blood Pressure, High Pulse, Chest Pains, Cough: starts with feeling like the lungs are freezing up, then severe shaking/chills, then temperature rises to 103.6F. Taking two extra strength Tylenol usually brings the fever down but symptoms recycle like clockwork every 4-6 ...
Hello people ... seems we all have issues with prescribed mess :-( Anyway, after bout with HB pressure went to ER and was put on Lisiniprol. 2 weeks on and can deal with the little cough but believe confusion setting i.e. almost caused accident when changing lanes yesterday (I'm an excellent ...
The past several months my period has come a week early. So my doctor suggested I start cycling my birth control. I started a little early again this month but continued through the placebo week by starting a new pack. During this time I had unprotected sex but he has pulled out every time. I ...
Someone at the doctor's office changed the amount I was being given of the Lisinopril from 40 mg., to 10 mg. After this I started falling. Doctor said it is not in the records who had changed the dose. Pharmacist said it was this change that increased the weakness in my arms and legs. Doctor ...
Hi, I have been taking Lisinopril for high blood pressure for 10 years. Immediately on beginning I noticed that if I was too active my legs would hurt me very much after. I talked to each of my doctors about this and not one checked my circulation. I started taking the pill at night which ...
My brother died suddenly 2 weeks ago of pulmonary embolism (blood clot). He was taking Lisinopril and suffered vascular leg pain, shortness of breath, bloating of face and neck, skin rashes among other complaints. We always thought something was wrong with his sudden death until we remembered ...
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