Ringing in the ears 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 Hypertension . We study 117,128 people who have side effects while taking Lisinopril from FDA and social media. Among them, 506 have Ringing in the ears. Find out below who they are, when they have Ringing in the ears and more.
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Lisinopril has active ingredients of lisinopril. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Lisinopril 120,608 users)
Ringing in the ears has been reported by people with heart rate increased, rashes, tinnitus, feeling abnormal, itching (latest reports from 22,026 Ringing in the ears patients).
On Aug, 30, 2016
117,128 people reported to have side effects when taking Lisinopril.
Among them, 506 people (0.43%) have Ringing In The Ears
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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Retired 70 yr old cyclist, dealing with side effects of various BP medications that are being prescribed for me although my BP is usually lower than 120/80, and goes quite low, i.e. 90/58 , after riding for even short periods of time. My BP is often high 160/80 at the doctors office, even though I NEVER see such high readings at home.
I'm trying to get to the bottom of my Tinnitus. Abbreviated history: Meningitis as a baby resulting in lifelong Tinnitus with low baseline and hearing loss. Age 43, Black, female, 30lbs overweight, good BP and no diabetes. 3 major episodes of either Menier's or Migrainous Vertigo. Ages 19, 38 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Retired 70 yr old cyclist, dealing with side effects of various BP medications that are being prescribed for me although my BP is usually lower than 120/80, and goes quite low, i.e. 90/58 , after riding for even short periods of time. My BP is often high 160/80 at the doctors office, even ...
I'm 57 and just started taking Lisinopril last week. I am developing the occasional dry cough, so I may be off of this drug soon. But it feels like I'm taking speed, and that concerns me. The intro to the group makes it sound like people are more likely to get high energy after taking the ...
I contracted Toxo in '08 from a warm swimming pool in AZ. After which I experience a 4 mo bout of insomnia. Even taking Ambien I was unable to sleep more than 7 1/2 a week (3 nights I was able to sleep only 2 1/2 hours and 4 nights no sleep at all!) One of the meds I was given to help me sleep ...
Hi! I have been having a chronic cough and nearly drowning in white frothy sputum which is making me miserable. I just made the connection with my taking Lisinopril that I started 45 days ago. I understand it takes a while for the problem to go away!
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