There is no Drug induced lupus erythematosus reported by people who take Lisinopril yet. We study 2,148 people who have side effects while taking Lisinopril from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Drug induced lupus erythematosus and more.
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Lisinopril has active ingredients of lisinopril. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Lisinopril 170,811 users)
Drug induced lupus erythematosus (an autoimmune disorder brought on by a reaction to medication) has been reported by people with pain, epilepsy, bipolar ii disorder, depression, muscle spasms (latest reports from 142 Drug induced lupus erythematosus patients).
On Oct, 25, 2016
No report is found.
Hello,my name is Jessica. I was recently tested for lupus based on rib cage pain,elbow stiffness and pain,and shortness of breath. I have no family history of lupus to my knowledge. My ANA was positive with a homogenous pattern,titers 1:640. Anti-dsDNA negative. I have been taking methadone for 8 years and 3 months. Methadone and birth control pills are the only medications I have taken regularly in the past 8 years,and I stopped the birth control a year ago. I do not smoke cigarettes,I quit 13 months ago. I am trying to find a correlating between methadone and possible drug induced lupus,because my gut tells me that this is the cause. I'm currently waiting for my referral to a rheumatologist from my PCP.
I lost 100% of my smell and taste May 2016. Is it because I been on Lisinopril 2 and half years? Has anyone stopped Lisinopril and got their smell back? I have been to ENT,neurologist,neuro surgeon,cat scans of head. MRI done. prednisne 15 days, nasal spray 2 months. alpha lipoic acid daily for ...
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 ...
i began taking lisinopril about 15 years ago and at some point developed raynaud's. the raynaud's continues to worsen causing me to begin to seek understanding and hence this query. i am a 55 year old male taking lisinopril for mild hypertension.
I was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis after my liver, kidneys and pancreas were effected by an overdose. I was reading the list after about 3 weeks of severe pain in my upper stomach and feeling like my muscles were contorting and spasming. Every medication I am on is on this list. I don't ...
Just diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Now taking Januvia 50mg 1x per day. I have been taking Lisinopril 10mg 1x per day. The lisinopril gave me a cough but it's getting better after almost 3 months. So far the Januvia has lowered my blood sugar but I have fatigue and wake up with a back ache. ...
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