What Are the Side Effects of Lisinopril

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Lisinopril is an ACE inhibitor prescribed to patients with high blood pressure or congestive heart failure. It may be sold under the brand names of Zestril or Prinivil and is available in doses from 5 to 40 mg. Lisinopril may be combined with other medicines to treat hypertension and congestive heart failure. Lisinopril works be preventing an enzyme in the body from tightening blood vessels.


Lisinopril may cause the feeling of being lightheaded, especially when you change positions suddenly.


Both weakness and tiredness are side effects of Lisinopril.

Blurry Vision

Lisinopril may cause blurry vision.

Urine Changes

You may experience reduced urine output and your urine might have a cloudy appearance.


Individuals taking Lisinopril may experience confusion when taking this medication.

Increased Sweating

Lisinopril may also increase sweating.

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