Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019558/001.

Names and composition

"PRINIVIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of LISINOPRIL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019558/001 PRINIVIL LISINOPRIL TABLET/ORAL 5MG
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019558/004 PRINIVIL LISINOPRIL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
019558/006 PRINIVIL LISINOPRIL TABLET/ORAL 2.5MG

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Answered questions

My doc gave prinivil for kidney protection? My blood pressure runs low ,without this med.?
Have type 2 diabetes for 3 yrs. taking prandin and glucovance hemo 6.8 Asked by Salvador Pomarico 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors like Prinivil have been proven to protect kidneys from further damage in people with diabetes. They also help to prevent heart problems. Of course, it is a blood pressure lowering agent, and if your blood pressure is normal or low to begin with, then you should be starting on a low dose and gradually increase the dosage to the highest dose you can tolerate without feeling light headed or dizzy. Some people can only tolerate a tiny dose because otherwise they will feel light headed upon rising. Even a small dose is thought to be helpful to prevent kidney damage. Make sure your doctor checks your kidney function and potassium level within a couple weeks of starting the Prinivil. Answered by Chaya Porco 1 year ago.

You have to begin eating a healthy diet - fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked), small amounts of protein, whole grain cereals and bread, skim milk and yogurt; increase your water intake dramatically; begin an exercise program - walking is easiest - start slowly for short distances and then gradually increase your pace and distance until you are walking a minimum of 30 minutes per day at a brisk pace. Your weight will come down as will your blood pressure. Answered by Quincy Oveson 1 year ago.


Is Prinivil a beta blocker?
Asked by Vena Hatt 1 year ago.

no,ace inhibitor Answered by Dorian Doler 1 year ago.


Can you mix viagra with prinivil?
Asked by Sanda Bron 1 year ago.

Usually - but not within six hours. Nitroglycerine and Viagra use are contraindicated and can lead to death. Always best to get clearance from your cardiologist before taking Viagra. Answered by Candace Crisco 1 year ago.


I have high blood pressure....is Prinivil a good med to take?
how about side effects? is there a good med for high blood pressure with few side effects? im 37, 6 ft 230 lbs Asked by Caroll Bosh 1 year ago.

Pharmacology Lisinopril is the lysine-analog of enalapril. Unlike other ACE inhibitors, lisinopril is not a prodrug and is excreted unchanged in the urine. In cases of overdosage, it can be removed from circulation by dialysis. Clinical use Its indications, contraindications and side effects are as those for all ACE inhibitors. Its long half-life allows for once a day dosing which aids patient compliance. The usual daily dose in all indications ranges from 2.5 mg in sensitive patients to 40 mg. Some patients have been treated with 80 mg daily and have tolerated this high dose well. Lower dosages must be used in patients with higher grade renal impairment (glomerular filtration rate (GFR) lower than 30 ml/min). Adverse effects Rare, serious side effects that would require immediate medical attention include: chills, infection dark urine, decreased urination (oliguria) difficulty swallowing or breathing, allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) hoarseness itching rapid weight gain, stomach pain yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice) Less severe side effects of moderate concern include: abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting chest pain or tightness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting (syncope) fever joint pain rash The following side effects are common and likely to improve with time: cough diarrhea, loss of taste, nausea drowsiness, headache, tiredness Lisinopril causes the kidneys to retain potassium, which may lead to hyperkalemia Answered by Amee Swendsen 1 year ago.

Yes, opening your veins will markedly decrease your blood pressure, much in the same way letting air out of an overinflated tire relieves air pressure. And by the same token, you can also check your blood pressure with a tire pressure gauge. Just open a vein and stick the pressure gauge in there... These are relatively cheap and can be found in the automotive section of superstores like Target or Walmart. Sure beats paying $80-$100 for a blood pressure monitor! Answered by Penny Prows 1 year ago.

www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure!? What!? by: Dr. santhi If you get scared every time you hear this expression “high blood pressure” you are right. And for you, who say you don’t care at all about that, you should consider revising your concepts. www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure is a silent disease that affects one in three adults only in United States and most of them don’t even imagine they have high blood pressure. And this is where the danger of this disease lies. www.theheartdiseases.com How can you treat a disease that you don’t even know you have? Well, you can’t. And that’s why in many cases you only find out when any side effect related to the high blood pressure happens to you. www.theheartdiseases.com In general, these side effects are: stroke, heart diseases and kidney diseases. When they happen, it is a sign that you have a serious problem with your blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com But you don’t have to be desperate. Frequent checkups and appointments with doctors may help you figuring out if you have high blood pressure or not. This is the best way to find out in advance if you have high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Finding it out in advance may represent the tenuous line between controlling the blood pressure and suffering the consequences of it. It is an important of he process of preventing the serious side effects that high blood pressure may cause to you. www.theheartdiseases.com Factors that affect blood pressure (www.theheartdiseases.com) It isn’t a secret for anyone that lifestyle is for sure one of the most factor that affect blood pressure. And this includes alimentary habits, physical exercises and stress. www.theheartdiseases.com Foods rich in fat and sugar contribute to elevate the blood pressure. Salt also plays a major role in it. Since the fat and sugar accumulate in the blood, the heart has to work more in order to pump the blood and eliminate it. This elevates the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com The lack of physical exercises also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. If you don’t practice physical exercises, the chance of being overweight is bigger and this also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com And the last factor of the daily life that contributes to elevate the blood pressure has to do with stress. It is another factor that may elevate in a significant way the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com However, there are some things you can do – and you should do – in order to prevent high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Answered by Clay Coolbaugh 1 year ago.

You are paying your doctor take his advice. Prinivil is an inexpensive medication that is on WalMart's $4 dollar list. Answered by Fallon Giza 1 year ago.


Whats the chance I will have an allergic reaction to Norvasc after having a reaction to Prinivil?
Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen.First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right... Asked by Erinn Drumgo 1 year ago.

Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen. First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right hand/fingers went numb almost on a rotating cycle. Then the dizziness and disorientation two hours after taking the drug. I was always totally wiped out , never hungry and always nervous and sweating. Finally after 2 weeks of this I woke up one night because my face was twitching uncontrollably. My tongue and lips were swollen and my throat so tight I could only whisper. I spent 3 days in the ICU from the allergic reaction. So my doc has started me on Norvasc. What’s the chance this will happen again. IM SCARED! REALLY SCARED! Answered by Mae Turnbill 1 year ago.

You're a wreck Answered by Eartha Cockrel 1 year ago.

Gee, the first guy was a real help. Just scamming for points. Norvasc is in a totally different class of drugs (calcium chanel blockers) than lisinopril (ACE inhibitors). I've never hear of a cross reactivity between the classes. Answered by Cortney Burge 1 year ago.


When taking HPB meds, is it normal for your BP to drop a lot the first week the go back to the usual pressure?
I take 10mgs of Prinivil once a day. Asked by Dorotha Arvizu 1 year ago.

Prinivil 10 mg usually only lowers the blood pressure by 10 mmHg at most. Medications affect people differently and it can have a greater blood pressure lowering effect in some people. If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, then you should let your doctor know right away. Answered by Berry Berez 1 year ago.

what is the medication you are taking and how often do you take the medicine how many milligrams and do you take it about the same time every day have you changed anything in your diet or any other meds? Answered by Fred Bradica 1 year ago.

No, you need to let your doctor know this has happened Answered by Lashawnda Steckelberg 1 year ago.


With the Medicines I'm?
With the Medicines I'm taking now And they areas follows:PrinivilCelexaLevbid*Naproxen* as NeededI think that's all But can any of these causeperiod to be late??Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!!I wish I... Asked by Leia Bolte 1 year ago.

With the Medicines I'm taking now And they are as follows: Prinivil Celexa Levbid *Naproxen* as Needed I think that's all But can any of these cause period to be late?? Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!! I wish I could just skip this month!!!!!! Answered by Yvone Gottwald 1 year ago.

Not Prinivil Lisinopril side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; severe stomach pain; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; tired feeling, muscle weakness, and pounding or uneven heartbeats; chest pain; or swelling, rapid weight gain. Less serious side effects may be more likely to occur, such as: cough; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach; or mild skin itching or rash. Nor with Celexa As with any medication, you may experience some side effects, but celexa side effects are mild to moderate, and tend to go away quickly. The most frequent side effects of celexa are: nausea; dry mouth; drowsiness; insomnia; increased sweating; tremor; diarrhea and; some men will have problems with ejaculation. weight loss; rash, itching, change in taste, change in sexual function, or; decreased menstrual flow.!!!!! Nor Levbid What side effects may occur? Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any side effects develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Levsin. Side effects may include: Allergic reactions, bloating, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, decreased sweating, dilated pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, headache, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, insomnia, itching, heart palpitations, lack of coordination, loss of sense of taste, nausea, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, skin reactions, speech problems, vomiting, weakness Nor Naproxen chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance; black, bloody, or tarry stools; coughing up blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds; swelling or rapid weight gain; urinating less than usual or not at all; nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness; or fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, purple spots on the skin, and/or seizure (convulsions). Keep taking naproxen and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects: upset stomach, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation; bloating, gas; dizziness, headache, nervousness; skin itching or rash; blurred vision; or ringing in your ears. All this info is from www.drugs.com Answered by Jerrie Korol 1 year ago.


I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round?
It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Asked by Silas Southwood 1 year ago.

it could either be prinivil (ACE inhibitor) or potassium chloride Answered by Hermelinda Grossen 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round? It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Answered by Jena Mabie 1 year ago.


Give me a list of ace inhibitor medications?
TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY... Asked by Jennette Barboza 1 year ago.

TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. BUT THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME. AND THUMBS UP. Answered by Kassie Vanvalkenbur 1 year ago.

Altace aceon Captopril Lotesin Mavik Prinivil Univasc Vasotec Answered by Del Elm 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors can be divided into three groups based on their molecular structure: Sulfhydryl-containing ACE inhibitors * Captopril (Capoten®), the first ACE inhibitor Dicarboxylate-containing ACE inhibitors This is the largest group, including: * Enalapril (Vasotec®/Renitec®) * Ramipril (Altace®/Tritace®/Ramace®/Ramiwin®) * Quinapril (Accupril®) * Perindopril (Coversyl®) * Lisinopril (Lisodur®/Lopril®/Prinivil®/Zestril®) * Benazepril (Lotensin®) ] Phosphonate-containing ACE inhibitors * Fosinopril (Monopril®), the only member Naturally occurring Casokinins and lactokinins are breakdown products of casein and whey that occur naturally after ingestion of milk products, especially sour milk. Their role in blood pressure control is uncertain. Answered by Sha Scorsone 1 year ago.

I take atenolol. It had the side effect of stopping my migraine headaches. (A good thing.) Update: I guess the reason I got the thumbs down was because atenolol is a beta blocker not an ace inhibitor. Sorry. Answered by Chong Baugess 1 year ago.

captopril (Capoten), benazepril (Lotensin), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril) fosinopril (Monopril), ramipril (Altace), perindopril (Aceon), quinapril (Accupril), moexipril (Univasc), and trandolapril (Mavik). Answered by Melanie Barkhurst 1 year ago.

benazepril..captopril .enalapril.enalaprilat..fosinopril..lisi... .. Answered by Kendal Kuster 1 year ago.


My doc gave prinivil for kidney protection? My blood pressure runs low ,without this med.?
Have type 2 diabetes for 3 yrs. taking prandin and glucovance hemo 6.8 Asked by Reina Toohey 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors like Prinivil have been proven to protect kidneys from further damage in people with diabetes. They also help to prevent heart problems. Of course, it is a blood pressure lowering agent, and if your blood pressure is normal or low to begin with, then you should be starting on a low dose and gradually increase the dosage to the highest dose you can tolerate without feeling light headed or dizzy. Some people can only tolerate a tiny dose because otherwise they will feel light headed upon rising. Even a small dose is thought to be helpful to prevent kidney damage. Make sure your doctor checks your kidney function and potassium level within a couple weeks of starting the Prinivil. Answered by Christeen Milbourne 1 year ago.

You have to begin eating a healthy diet - fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked), small amounts of protein, whole grain cereals and bread, skim milk and yogurt; increase your water intake dramatically; begin an exercise program - walking is easiest - start slowly for short distances and then gradually increase your pace and distance until you are walking a minimum of 30 minutes per day at a brisk pace. Your weight will come down as will your blood pressure. Answered by Eusebio Danas 1 year ago.


Is Prinivil a beta blocker?
Asked by Lakesha Curo 1 year ago.

no,ace inhibitor Answered by Andrew Labombard 1 year ago.


Can you mix viagra with prinivil?
Asked by Brandie Glickson 1 year ago.

Usually - but not within six hours. Nitroglycerine and Viagra use are contraindicated and can lead to death. Always best to get clearance from your cardiologist before taking Viagra. Answered by Cinthia Dillmore 1 year ago.


I have high blood pressure....is Prinivil a good med to take?
how about side effects? is there a good med for high blood pressure with few side effects? im 37, 6 ft 230 lbs Asked by Monte Sieren 1 year ago.

Pharmacology Lisinopril is the lysine-analog of enalapril. Unlike other ACE inhibitors, lisinopril is not a prodrug and is excreted unchanged in the urine. In cases of overdosage, it can be removed from circulation by dialysis. Clinical use Its indications, contraindications and side effects are as those for all ACE inhibitors. Its long half-life allows for once a day dosing which aids patient compliance. The usual daily dose in all indications ranges from 2.5 mg in sensitive patients to 40 mg. Some patients have been treated with 80 mg daily and have tolerated this high dose well. Lower dosages must be used in patients with higher grade renal impairment (glomerular filtration rate (GFR) lower than 30 ml/min). Adverse effects Rare, serious side effects that would require immediate medical attention include: chills, infection dark urine, decreased urination (oliguria) difficulty swallowing or breathing, allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) hoarseness itching rapid weight gain, stomach pain yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice) Less severe side effects of moderate concern include: abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting chest pain or tightness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting (syncope) fever joint pain rash The following side effects are common and likely to improve with time: cough diarrhea, loss of taste, nausea drowsiness, headache, tiredness Lisinopril causes the kidneys to retain potassium, which may lead to hyperkalemia Answered by Annmarie Gierman 1 year ago.

Yes, opening your veins will markedly decrease your blood pressure, much in the same way letting air out of an overinflated tire relieves air pressure. And by the same token, you can also check your blood pressure with a tire pressure gauge. Just open a vein and stick the pressure gauge in there... These are relatively cheap and can be found in the automotive section of superstores like Target or Walmart. Sure beats paying $80-$100 for a blood pressure monitor! Answered by Criselda Bowley 1 year ago.

www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure!? What!? by: Dr. santhi If you get scared every time you hear this expression “high blood pressure” you are right. And for you, who say you don’t care at all about that, you should consider revising your concepts. www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure is a silent disease that affects one in three adults only in United States and most of them don’t even imagine they have high blood pressure. And this is where the danger of this disease lies. www.theheartdiseases.com How can you treat a disease that you don’t even know you have? Well, you can’t. And that’s why in many cases you only find out when any side effect related to the high blood pressure happens to you. www.theheartdiseases.com In general, these side effects are: stroke, heart diseases and kidney diseases. When they happen, it is a sign that you have a serious problem with your blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com But you don’t have to be desperate. Frequent checkups and appointments with doctors may help you figuring out if you have high blood pressure or not. This is the best way to find out in advance if you have high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Finding it out in advance may represent the tenuous line between controlling the blood pressure and suffering the consequences of it. It is an important of he process of preventing the serious side effects that high blood pressure may cause to you. www.theheartdiseases.com Factors that affect blood pressure (www.theheartdiseases.com) It isn’t a secret for anyone that lifestyle is for sure one of the most factor that affect blood pressure. And this includes alimentary habits, physical exercises and stress. www.theheartdiseases.com Foods rich in fat and sugar contribute to elevate the blood pressure. Salt also plays a major role in it. Since the fat and sugar accumulate in the blood, the heart has to work more in order to pump the blood and eliminate it. This elevates the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com The lack of physical exercises also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. If you don’t practice physical exercises, the chance of being overweight is bigger and this also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com And the last factor of the daily life that contributes to elevate the blood pressure has to do with stress. It is another factor that may elevate in a significant way the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com However, there are some things you can do – and you should do – in order to prevent high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Answered by Dione Groceman 1 year ago.

You are paying your doctor take his advice. Prinivil is an inexpensive medication that is on WalMart's $4 dollar list. Answered by Kacy Lengacher 1 year ago.


Whats the chance I will have an allergic reaction to Norvasc after having a reaction to Prinivil?
Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen.First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right... Asked by Shirlene Gordey 1 year ago.

Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen. First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right hand/fingers went numb almost on a rotating cycle. Then the dizziness and disorientation two hours after taking the drug. I was always totally wiped out , never hungry and always nervous and sweating. Finally after 2 weeks of this I woke up one night because my face was twitching uncontrollably. My tongue and lips were swollen and my throat so tight I could only whisper. I spent 3 days in the ICU from the allergic reaction. So my doc has started me on Norvasc. What’s the chance this will happen again. IM SCARED! REALLY SCARED! Answered by Trudie Michalik 1 year ago.

You're a wreck Answered by Kara Nicewarner 1 year ago.

Gee, the first guy was a real help. Just scamming for points. Norvasc is in a totally different class of drugs (calcium chanel blockers) than lisinopril (ACE inhibitors). I've never hear of a cross reactivity between the classes. Answered by Humberto Colindres 1 year ago.


When taking HPB meds, is it normal for your BP to drop a lot the first week the go back to the usual pressure?
I take 10mgs of Prinivil once a day. Asked by Raymonde Vanzante 1 year ago.

Prinivil 10 mg usually only lowers the blood pressure by 10 mmHg at most. Medications affect people differently and it can have a greater blood pressure lowering effect in some people. If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, then you should let your doctor know right away. Answered by Blair Kant 1 year ago.

what is the medication you are taking and how often do you take the medicine how many milligrams and do you take it about the same time every day have you changed anything in your diet or any other meds? Answered by Racquel Laipple 1 year ago.

No, you need to let your doctor know this has happened Answered by Angelica Pertuit 1 year ago.


With the Medicines I'm?
With the Medicines I'm taking now And they areas follows:PrinivilCelexaLevbid*Naproxen* as NeededI think that's all But can any of these causeperiod to be late??Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!!I wish I... Asked by Florence Barach 1 year ago.

With the Medicines I'm taking now And they are as follows: Prinivil Celexa Levbid *Naproxen* as Needed I think that's all But can any of these cause period to be late?? Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!! I wish I could just skip this month!!!!!! Answered by Salley Horiuchi 1 year ago.

Not Prinivil Lisinopril side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; severe stomach pain; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; tired feeling, muscle weakness, and pounding or uneven heartbeats; chest pain; or swelling, rapid weight gain. Less serious side effects may be more likely to occur, such as: cough; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach; or mild skin itching or rash. Nor with Celexa As with any medication, you may experience some side effects, but celexa side effects are mild to moderate, and tend to go away quickly. The most frequent side effects of celexa are: nausea; dry mouth; drowsiness; insomnia; increased sweating; tremor; diarrhea and; some men will have problems with ejaculation. weight loss; rash, itching, change in taste, change in sexual function, or; decreased menstrual flow.!!!!! Nor Levbid What side effects may occur? Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any side effects develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Levsin. Side effects may include: Allergic reactions, bloating, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, decreased sweating, dilated pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, headache, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, insomnia, itching, heart palpitations, lack of coordination, loss of sense of taste, nausea, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, skin reactions, speech problems, vomiting, weakness Nor Naproxen chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance; black, bloody, or tarry stools; coughing up blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds; swelling or rapid weight gain; urinating less than usual or not at all; nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness; or fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, purple spots on the skin, and/or seizure (convulsions). Keep taking naproxen and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects: upset stomach, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation; bloating, gas; dizziness, headache, nervousness; skin itching or rash; blurred vision; or ringing in your ears. All this info is from www.drugs.com Answered by Julian Breaux 1 year ago.


I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round?
It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Asked by Quyen Sant 1 year ago.

it could either be prinivil (ACE inhibitor) or potassium chloride Answered by Bambi Liptok 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round? It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Answered by Florene Turcios 1 year ago.


Give me a list of ace inhibitor medications?
TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY... Asked by Jamel Bernt 1 year ago.

TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. BUT THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME. AND THUMBS UP. Answered by Jeffery Swartzentrube 1 year ago.

Altace aceon Captopril Lotesin Mavik Prinivil Univasc Vasotec Answered by Jenni Ngin 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors can be divided into three groups based on their molecular structure: Sulfhydryl-containing ACE inhibitors * Captopril (Capoten®), the first ACE inhibitor Dicarboxylate-containing ACE inhibitors This is the largest group, including: * Enalapril (Vasotec®/Renitec®) * Ramipril (Altace®/Tritace®/Ramace®/Ramiwin®) * Quinapril (Accupril®) * Perindopril (Coversyl®) * Lisinopril (Lisodur®/Lopril®/Prinivil®/Zestril®) * Benazepril (Lotensin®) ] Phosphonate-containing ACE inhibitors * Fosinopril (Monopril®), the only member Naturally occurring Casokinins and lactokinins are breakdown products of casein and whey that occur naturally after ingestion of milk products, especially sour milk. Their role in blood pressure control is uncertain. Answered by Rasheeda Peha 1 year ago.

I take atenolol. It had the side effect of stopping my migraine headaches. (A good thing.) Update: I guess the reason I got the thumbs down was because atenolol is a beta blocker not an ace inhibitor. Sorry. Answered by Dane Keser 1 year ago.

captopril (Capoten), benazepril (Lotensin), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril) fosinopril (Monopril), ramipril (Altace), perindopril (Aceon), quinapril (Accupril), moexipril (Univasc), and trandolapril (Mavik). Answered by Yevette Famulare 1 year ago.

benazepril..captopril .enalapril.enalaprilat..fosinopril..lisi... .. Answered by Emerson Rifenburg 1 year ago.


My doc gave prinivil for kidney protection? My blood pressure runs low ,without this med.?
Have type 2 diabetes for 3 yrs. taking prandin and glucovance hemo 6.8 Asked by Annis Dobles 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors like Prinivil have been proven to protect kidneys from further damage in people with diabetes. They also help to prevent heart problems. Of course, it is a blood pressure lowering agent, and if your blood pressure is normal or low to begin with, then you should be starting on a low dose and gradually increase the dosage to the highest dose you can tolerate without feeling light headed or dizzy. Some people can only tolerate a tiny dose because otherwise they will feel light headed upon rising. Even a small dose is thought to be helpful to prevent kidney damage. Make sure your doctor checks your kidney function and potassium level within a couple weeks of starting the Prinivil. Answered by Catrice Castlen 1 year ago.

You have to begin eating a healthy diet - fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked), small amounts of protein, whole grain cereals and bread, skim milk and yogurt; increase your water intake dramatically; begin an exercise program - walking is easiest - start slowly for short distances and then gradually increase your pace and distance until you are walking a minimum of 30 minutes per day at a brisk pace. Your weight will come down as will your blood pressure. Answered by Khalilah Kneser 1 year ago.


Is Prinivil a beta blocker?
Asked by Dulcie Brano 1 year ago.

no,ace inhibitor Answered by Torri Ousdahl 1 year ago.


Can you mix viagra with prinivil?
Asked by Lorri Bingle 1 year ago.

Usually - but not within six hours. Nitroglycerine and Viagra use are contraindicated and can lead to death. Always best to get clearance from your cardiologist before taking Viagra. Answered by Beatriz Sussex 1 year ago.


I have high blood pressure....is Prinivil a good med to take?
how about side effects? is there a good med for high blood pressure with few side effects? im 37, 6 ft 230 lbs Asked by Heike Ingle 1 year ago.

Pharmacology Lisinopril is the lysine-analog of enalapril. Unlike other ACE inhibitors, lisinopril is not a prodrug and is excreted unchanged in the urine. In cases of overdosage, it can be removed from circulation by dialysis. Clinical use Its indications, contraindications and side effects are as those for all ACE inhibitors. Its long half-life allows for once a day dosing which aids patient compliance. The usual daily dose in all indications ranges from 2.5 mg in sensitive patients to 40 mg. Some patients have been treated with 80 mg daily and have tolerated this high dose well. Lower dosages must be used in patients with higher grade renal impairment (glomerular filtration rate (GFR) lower than 30 ml/min). Adverse effects Rare, serious side effects that would require immediate medical attention include: chills, infection dark urine, decreased urination (oliguria) difficulty swallowing or breathing, allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) hoarseness itching rapid weight gain, stomach pain yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice) Less severe side effects of moderate concern include: abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting chest pain or tightness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting (syncope) fever joint pain rash The following side effects are common and likely to improve with time: cough diarrhea, loss of taste, nausea drowsiness, headache, tiredness Lisinopril causes the kidneys to retain potassium, which may lead to hyperkalemia Answered by Ambrose Bentele 1 year ago.

Yes, opening your veins will markedly decrease your blood pressure, much in the same way letting air out of an overinflated tire relieves air pressure. And by the same token, you can also check your blood pressure with a tire pressure gauge. Just open a vein and stick the pressure gauge in there... These are relatively cheap and can be found in the automotive section of superstores like Target or Walmart. Sure beats paying $80-$100 for a blood pressure monitor! Answered by Sulema Gudger 1 year ago.

www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure!? What!? by: Dr. santhi If you get scared every time you hear this expression “high blood pressure” you are right. And for you, who say you don’t care at all about that, you should consider revising your concepts. www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure is a silent disease that affects one in three adults only in United States and most of them don’t even imagine they have high blood pressure. And this is where the danger of this disease lies. www.theheartdiseases.com How can you treat a disease that you don’t even know you have? Well, you can’t. And that’s why in many cases you only find out when any side effect related to the high blood pressure happens to you. www.theheartdiseases.com In general, these side effects are: stroke, heart diseases and kidney diseases. When they happen, it is a sign that you have a serious problem with your blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com But you don’t have to be desperate. Frequent checkups and appointments with doctors may help you figuring out if you have high blood pressure or not. This is the best way to find out in advance if you have high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Finding it out in advance may represent the tenuous line between controlling the blood pressure and suffering the consequences of it. It is an important of he process of preventing the serious side effects that high blood pressure may cause to you. www.theheartdiseases.com Factors that affect blood pressure (www.theheartdiseases.com) It isn’t a secret for anyone that lifestyle is for sure one of the most factor that affect blood pressure. And this includes alimentary habits, physical exercises and stress. www.theheartdiseases.com Foods rich in fat and sugar contribute to elevate the blood pressure. Salt also plays a major role in it. Since the fat and sugar accumulate in the blood, the heart has to work more in order to pump the blood and eliminate it. This elevates the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com The lack of physical exercises also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. If you don’t practice physical exercises, the chance of being overweight is bigger and this also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com And the last factor of the daily life that contributes to elevate the blood pressure has to do with stress. It is another factor that may elevate in a significant way the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com However, there are some things you can do – and you should do – in order to prevent high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Answered by Shantel Sabo 1 year ago.

You are paying your doctor take his advice. Prinivil is an inexpensive medication that is on WalMart's $4 dollar list. Answered by Sharika Truner 1 year ago.


Whats the chance I will have an allergic reaction to Norvasc after having a reaction to Prinivil?
Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen.First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right... Asked by Sylvie Riddlebarger 1 year ago.

Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen. First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right hand/fingers went numb almost on a rotating cycle. Then the dizziness and disorientation two hours after taking the drug. I was always totally wiped out , never hungry and always nervous and sweating. Finally after 2 weeks of this I woke up one night because my face was twitching uncontrollably. My tongue and lips were swollen and my throat so tight I could only whisper. I spent 3 days in the ICU from the allergic reaction. So my doc has started me on Norvasc. What’s the chance this will happen again. IM SCARED! REALLY SCARED! Answered by Samantha Kollross 1 year ago.

You're a wreck Answered by Annabel Holstege 1 year ago.

Gee, the first guy was a real help. Just scamming for points. Norvasc is in a totally different class of drugs (calcium chanel blockers) than lisinopril (ACE inhibitors). I've never hear of a cross reactivity between the classes. Answered by Chang Ostenberg 1 year ago.


When taking HPB meds, is it normal for your BP to drop a lot the first week the go back to the usual pressure?
I take 10mgs of Prinivil once a day. Asked by Dwana Bove 1 year ago.

Prinivil 10 mg usually only lowers the blood pressure by 10 mmHg at most. Medications affect people differently and it can have a greater blood pressure lowering effect in some people. If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, then you should let your doctor know right away. Answered by Felicidad Goepel 1 year ago.

what is the medication you are taking and how often do you take the medicine how many milligrams and do you take it about the same time every day have you changed anything in your diet or any other meds? Answered by Dagny Hanusey 1 year ago.

No, you need to let your doctor know this has happened Answered by Glenda Egland 1 year ago.


With the Medicines I'm?
With the Medicines I'm taking now And they areas follows:PrinivilCelexaLevbid*Naproxen* as NeededI think that's all But can any of these causeperiod to be late??Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!!I wish I... Asked by Twyla Carlill 1 year ago.

With the Medicines I'm taking now And they are as follows: Prinivil Celexa Levbid *Naproxen* as Needed I think that's all But can any of these cause period to be late?? Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!! I wish I could just skip this month!!!!!! Answered by Denyse Vohs 1 year ago.

Not Prinivil Lisinopril side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; severe stomach pain; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; tired feeling, muscle weakness, and pounding or uneven heartbeats; chest pain; or swelling, rapid weight gain. Less serious side effects may be more likely to occur, such as: cough; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach; or mild skin itching or rash. Nor with Celexa As with any medication, you may experience some side effects, but celexa side effects are mild to moderate, and tend to go away quickly. The most frequent side effects of celexa are: nausea; dry mouth; drowsiness; insomnia; increased sweating; tremor; diarrhea and; some men will have problems with ejaculation. weight loss; rash, itching, change in taste, change in sexual function, or; decreased menstrual flow.!!!!! Nor Levbid What side effects may occur? Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any side effects develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Levsin. Side effects may include: Allergic reactions, bloating, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, decreased sweating, dilated pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, headache, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, insomnia, itching, heart palpitations, lack of coordination, loss of sense of taste, nausea, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, skin reactions, speech problems, vomiting, weakness Nor Naproxen chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance; black, bloody, or tarry stools; coughing up blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds; swelling or rapid weight gain; urinating less than usual or not at all; nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness; or fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, purple spots on the skin, and/or seizure (convulsions). Keep taking naproxen and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects: upset stomach, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation; bloating, gas; dizziness, headache, nervousness; skin itching or rash; blurred vision; or ringing in your ears. All this info is from www.drugs.com Answered by Gino Gatlin 1 year ago.


I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round?
It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Asked by Sharie Dietze 1 year ago.

it could either be prinivil (ACE inhibitor) or potassium chloride Answered by Rachele Cremonese 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round? It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Answered by Dorie Goard 1 year ago.


Give me a list of ace inhibitor medications?
TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY... Asked by Susann Tennille 1 year ago.

TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. BUT THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME. AND THUMBS UP. Answered by Evette Lynchj 1 year ago.

Altace aceon Captopril Lotesin Mavik Prinivil Univasc Vasotec Answered by Shelby Rhein 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors can be divided into three groups based on their molecular structure: Sulfhydryl-containing ACE inhibitors * Captopril (Capoten®), the first ACE inhibitor Dicarboxylate-containing ACE inhibitors This is the largest group, including: * Enalapril (Vasotec®/Renitec®) * Ramipril (Altace®/Tritace®/Ramace®/Ramiwin®) * Quinapril (Accupril®) * Perindopril (Coversyl®) * Lisinopril (Lisodur®/Lopril®/Prinivil®/Zestril®) * Benazepril (Lotensin®) ] Phosphonate-containing ACE inhibitors * Fosinopril (Monopril®), the only member Naturally occurring Casokinins and lactokinins are breakdown products of casein and whey that occur naturally after ingestion of milk products, especially sour milk. Their role in blood pressure control is uncertain. Answered by Jose Bowe 1 year ago.

I take atenolol. It had the side effect of stopping my migraine headaches. (A good thing.) Update: I guess the reason I got the thumbs down was because atenolol is a beta blocker not an ace inhibitor. Sorry. Answered by Jazmin Gunterman 1 year ago.

captopril (Capoten), benazepril (Lotensin), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril) fosinopril (Monopril), ramipril (Altace), perindopril (Aceon), quinapril (Accupril), moexipril (Univasc), and trandolapril (Mavik). Answered by Christi Meier 1 year ago.

benazepril..captopril .enalapril.enalaprilat..fosinopril..lisi... .. Answered by Rufus Vuturo 1 year ago.


My doc gave prinivil for kidney protection? My blood pressure runs low ,without this med.?
Have type 2 diabetes for 3 yrs. taking prandin and glucovance hemo 6.8 Asked by Adeline Robe 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors like Prinivil have been proven to protect kidneys from further damage in people with diabetes. They also help to prevent heart problems. Of course, it is a blood pressure lowering agent, and if your blood pressure is normal or low to begin with, then you should be starting on a low dose and gradually increase the dosage to the highest dose you can tolerate without feeling light headed or dizzy. Some people can only tolerate a tiny dose because otherwise they will feel light headed upon rising. Even a small dose is thought to be helpful to prevent kidney damage. Make sure your doctor checks your kidney function and potassium level within a couple weeks of starting the Prinivil. Answered by Jenee Odiorne 1 year ago.

You have to begin eating a healthy diet - fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked), small amounts of protein, whole grain cereals and bread, skim milk and yogurt; increase your water intake dramatically; begin an exercise program - walking is easiest - start slowly for short distances and then gradually increase your pace and distance until you are walking a minimum of 30 minutes per day at a brisk pace. Your weight will come down as will your blood pressure. Answered by Hubert Trajillo 1 year ago.


Is Prinivil a beta blocker?
Asked by Ashley Turck 1 year ago.

no,ace inhibitor Answered by Haley Bellemy 1 year ago.


Can you mix viagra with prinivil?
Asked by Joshua Senn 1 year ago.

Usually - but not within six hours. Nitroglycerine and Viagra use are contraindicated and can lead to death. Always best to get clearance from your cardiologist before taking Viagra. Answered by Cassey Havlin 1 year ago.


I have high blood pressure....is Prinivil a good med to take?
how about side effects? is there a good med for high blood pressure with few side effects? im 37, 6 ft 230 lbs Asked by Ronni Lall 1 year ago.

Pharmacology Lisinopril is the lysine-analog of enalapril. Unlike other ACE inhibitors, lisinopril is not a prodrug and is excreted unchanged in the urine. In cases of overdosage, it can be removed from circulation by dialysis. Clinical use Its indications, contraindications and side effects are as those for all ACE inhibitors. Its long half-life allows for once a day dosing which aids patient compliance. The usual daily dose in all indications ranges from 2.5 mg in sensitive patients to 40 mg. Some patients have been treated with 80 mg daily and have tolerated this high dose well. Lower dosages must be used in patients with higher grade renal impairment (glomerular filtration rate (GFR) lower than 30 ml/min). Adverse effects Rare, serious side effects that would require immediate medical attention include: chills, infection dark urine, decreased urination (oliguria) difficulty swallowing or breathing, allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) hoarseness itching rapid weight gain, stomach pain yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice) Less severe side effects of moderate concern include: abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting chest pain or tightness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting (syncope) fever joint pain rash The following side effects are common and likely to improve with time: cough diarrhea, loss of taste, nausea drowsiness, headache, tiredness Lisinopril causes the kidneys to retain potassium, which may lead to hyperkalemia Answered by Ta Wind 1 year ago.

Yes, opening your veins will markedly decrease your blood pressure, much in the same way letting air out of an overinflated tire relieves air pressure. And by the same token, you can also check your blood pressure with a tire pressure gauge. Just open a vein and stick the pressure gauge in there... These are relatively cheap and can be found in the automotive section of superstores like Target or Walmart. Sure beats paying $80-$100 for a blood pressure monitor! Answered by Eartha Scelfo 1 year ago.

www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure!? What!? by: Dr. santhi If you get scared every time you hear this expression “high blood pressure” you are right. And for you, who say you don’t care at all about that, you should consider revising your concepts. www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure is a silent disease that affects one in three adults only in United States and most of them don’t even imagine they have high blood pressure. And this is where the danger of this disease lies. www.theheartdiseases.com How can you treat a disease that you don’t even know you have? Well, you can’t. And that’s why in many cases you only find out when any side effect related to the high blood pressure happens to you. www.theheartdiseases.com In general, these side effects are: stroke, heart diseases and kidney diseases. When they happen, it is a sign that you have a serious problem with your blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com But you don’t have to be desperate. Frequent checkups and appointments with doctors may help you figuring out if you have high blood pressure or not. This is the best way to find out in advance if you have high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Finding it out in advance may represent the tenuous line between controlling the blood pressure and suffering the consequences of it. It is an important of he process of preventing the serious side effects that high blood pressure may cause to you. www.theheartdiseases.com Factors that affect blood pressure (www.theheartdiseases.com) It isn’t a secret for anyone that lifestyle is for sure one of the most factor that affect blood pressure. And this includes alimentary habits, physical exercises and stress. www.theheartdiseases.com Foods rich in fat and sugar contribute to elevate the blood pressure. Salt also plays a major role in it. Since the fat and sugar accumulate in the blood, the heart has to work more in order to pump the blood and eliminate it. This elevates the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com The lack of physical exercises also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. If you don’t practice physical exercises, the chance of being overweight is bigger and this also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com And the last factor of the daily life that contributes to elevate the blood pressure has to do with stress. It is another factor that may elevate in a significant way the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com However, there are some things you can do – and you should do – in order to prevent high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Answered by Vaughn Parajon 1 year ago.

You are paying your doctor take his advice. Prinivil is an inexpensive medication that is on WalMart's $4 dollar list. Answered by Reta Bridwell 1 year ago.


Whats the chance I will have an allergic reaction to Norvasc after having a reaction to Prinivil?
Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen.First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right... Asked by Nola Bevelle 1 year ago.

Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen. First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right hand/fingers went numb almost on a rotating cycle. Then the dizziness and disorientation two hours after taking the drug. I was always totally wiped out , never hungry and always nervous and sweating. Finally after 2 weeks of this I woke up one night because my face was twitching uncontrollably. My tongue and lips were swollen and my throat so tight I could only whisper. I spent 3 days in the ICU from the allergic reaction. So my doc has started me on Norvasc. What’s the chance this will happen again. IM SCARED! REALLY SCARED! Answered by Charles Lanouette 1 year ago.

You're a wreck Answered by Olene Struck 1 year ago.

Gee, the first guy was a real help. Just scamming for points. Norvasc is in a totally different class of drugs (calcium chanel blockers) than lisinopril (ACE inhibitors). I've never hear of a cross reactivity between the classes. Answered by Sherice Velunza 1 year ago.


When taking HPB meds, is it normal for your BP to drop a lot the first week the go back to the usual pressure?
I take 10mgs of Prinivil once a day. Asked by Roselia Nitti 1 year ago.

Prinivil 10 mg usually only lowers the blood pressure by 10 mmHg at most. Medications affect people differently and it can have a greater blood pressure lowering effect in some people. If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, then you should let your doctor know right away. Answered by Mitsue Low 1 year ago.

what is the medication you are taking and how often do you take the medicine how many milligrams and do you take it about the same time every day have you changed anything in your diet or any other meds? Answered by Alex Jansen 1 year ago.

No, you need to let your doctor know this has happened Answered by Trish Phares 1 year ago.


With the Medicines I'm?
With the Medicines I'm taking now And they areas follows:PrinivilCelexaLevbid*Naproxen* as NeededI think that's all But can any of these causeperiod to be late??Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!!I wish I... Asked by Elvira Havatone 1 year ago.

With the Medicines I'm taking now And they are as follows: Prinivil Celexa Levbid *Naproxen* as Needed I think that's all But can any of these cause period to be late?? Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!! I wish I could just skip this month!!!!!! Answered by Lenore Jabiro 1 year ago.

Not Prinivil Lisinopril side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; severe stomach pain; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; tired feeling, muscle weakness, and pounding or uneven heartbeats; chest pain; or swelling, rapid weight gain. Less serious side effects may be more likely to occur, such as: cough; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach; or mild skin itching or rash. Nor with Celexa As with any medication, you may experience some side effects, but celexa side effects are mild to moderate, and tend to go away quickly. The most frequent side effects of celexa are: nausea; dry mouth; drowsiness; insomnia; increased sweating; tremor; diarrhea and; some men will have problems with ejaculation. weight loss; rash, itching, change in taste, change in sexual function, or; decreased menstrual flow.!!!!! Nor Levbid What side effects may occur? Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any side effects develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Levsin. Side effects may include: Allergic reactions, bloating, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, decreased sweating, dilated pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, headache, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, insomnia, itching, heart palpitations, lack of coordination, loss of sense of taste, nausea, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, skin reactions, speech problems, vomiting, weakness Nor Naproxen chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance; black, bloody, or tarry stools; coughing up blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds; swelling or rapid weight gain; urinating less than usual or not at all; nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness; or fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, purple spots on the skin, and/or seizure (convulsions). Keep taking naproxen and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects: upset stomach, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation; bloating, gas; dizziness, headache, nervousness; skin itching or rash; blurred vision; or ringing in your ears. All this info is from www.drugs.com Answered by Wanita Diebold 1 year ago.


I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round?
It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Asked by Lan Phoenix 1 year ago.

it could either be prinivil (ACE inhibitor) or potassium chloride Answered by Glady Brocious 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round? It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Answered by Karma Wightman 1 year ago.


Give me a list of ace inhibitor medications?
TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY... Asked by Bob Wildoner 1 year ago.

TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. BUT THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME. AND THUMBS UP. Answered by Vernell Hellerman 1 year ago.

Altace aceon Captopril Lotesin Mavik Prinivil Univasc Vasotec Answered by Cornell Hollopeter 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors can be divided into three groups based on their molecular structure: Sulfhydryl-containing ACE inhibitors * Captopril (Capoten®), the first ACE inhibitor Dicarboxylate-containing ACE inhibitors This is the largest group, including: * Enalapril (Vasotec®/Renitec®) * Ramipril (Altace®/Tritace®/Ramace®/Ramiwin®) * Quinapril (Accupril®) * Perindopril (Coversyl®) * Lisinopril (Lisodur®/Lopril®/Prinivil®/Zestril®) * Benazepril (Lotensin®) ] Phosphonate-containing ACE inhibitors * Fosinopril (Monopril®), the only member Naturally occurring Casokinins and lactokinins are breakdown products of casein and whey that occur naturally after ingestion of milk products, especially sour milk. Their role in blood pressure control is uncertain. Answered by India Govea 1 year ago.

I take atenolol. It had the side effect of stopping my migraine headaches. (A good thing.) Update: I guess the reason I got the thumbs down was because atenolol is a beta blocker not an ace inhibitor. Sorry. Answered by Howard Cendana 1 year ago.

captopril (Capoten), benazepril (Lotensin), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril) fosinopril (Monopril), ramipril (Altace), perindopril (Aceon), quinapril (Accupril), moexipril (Univasc), and trandolapril (Mavik). Answered by Antonia Prasomsack 1 year ago.

benazepril..captopril .enalapril.enalaprilat..fosinopril..lisi... .. Answered by Sara Pedaci 1 year ago.


My doc gave prinivil for kidney protection? My blood pressure runs low ,without this med.?
Have type 2 diabetes for 3 yrs. taking prandin and glucovance hemo 6.8 Asked by Bella Gornick 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors like Prinivil have been proven to protect kidneys from further damage in people with diabetes. They also help to prevent heart problems. Of course, it is a blood pressure lowering agent, and if your blood pressure is normal or low to begin with, then you should be starting on a low dose and gradually increase the dosage to the highest dose you can tolerate without feeling light headed or dizzy. Some people can only tolerate a tiny dose because otherwise they will feel light headed upon rising. Even a small dose is thought to be helpful to prevent kidney damage. Make sure your doctor checks your kidney function and potassium level within a couple weeks of starting the Prinivil. Answered by Sindy Gergen 1 year ago.

You have to begin eating a healthy diet - fresh fruits and vegetables (both raw and cooked), small amounts of protein, whole grain cereals and bread, skim milk and yogurt; increase your water intake dramatically; begin an exercise program - walking is easiest - start slowly for short distances and then gradually increase your pace and distance until you are walking a minimum of 30 minutes per day at a brisk pace. Your weight will come down as will your blood pressure. Answered by Kesha Sewall 1 year ago.


Is Prinivil a beta blocker?
Asked by Thanh Kussmaul 1 year ago.

no,ace inhibitor Answered by Octavia Francescon 1 year ago.


Can you mix viagra with prinivil?
Asked by Shameka Ewen 1 year ago.

Usually - but not within six hours. Nitroglycerine and Viagra use are contraindicated and can lead to death. Always best to get clearance from your cardiologist before taking Viagra. Answered by Lakeisha Tarzia 1 year ago.


I have high blood pressure....is Prinivil a good med to take?
how about side effects? is there a good med for high blood pressure with few side effects? im 37, 6 ft 230 lbs Asked by Sheree Murrell 1 year ago.

Pharmacology Lisinopril is the lysine-analog of enalapril. Unlike other ACE inhibitors, lisinopril is not a prodrug and is excreted unchanged in the urine. In cases of overdosage, it can be removed from circulation by dialysis. Clinical use Its indications, contraindications and side effects are as those for all ACE inhibitors. Its long half-life allows for once a day dosing which aids patient compliance. The usual daily dose in all indications ranges from 2.5 mg in sensitive patients to 40 mg. Some patients have been treated with 80 mg daily and have tolerated this high dose well. Lower dosages must be used in patients with higher grade renal impairment (glomerular filtration rate (GFR) lower than 30 ml/min). Adverse effects Rare, serious side effects that would require immediate medical attention include: chills, infection dark urine, decreased urination (oliguria) difficulty swallowing or breathing, allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) hoarseness itching rapid weight gain, stomach pain yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice) Less severe side effects of moderate concern include: abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting chest pain or tightness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting (syncope) fever joint pain rash The following side effects are common and likely to improve with time: cough diarrhea, loss of taste, nausea drowsiness, headache, tiredness Lisinopril causes the kidneys to retain potassium, which may lead to hyperkalemia Answered by Rivka Gerety 1 year ago.

Yes, opening your veins will markedly decrease your blood pressure, much in the same way letting air out of an overinflated tire relieves air pressure. And by the same token, you can also check your blood pressure with a tire pressure gauge. Just open a vein and stick the pressure gauge in there... These are relatively cheap and can be found in the automotive section of superstores like Target or Walmart. Sure beats paying $80-$100 for a blood pressure monitor! Answered by Cinda Chait 1 year ago.

www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure!? What!? by: Dr. santhi If you get scared every time you hear this expression “high blood pressure” you are right. And for you, who say you don’t care at all about that, you should consider revising your concepts. www.theheartdiseases.com High blood pressure is a silent disease that affects one in three adults only in United States and most of them don’t even imagine they have high blood pressure. And this is where the danger of this disease lies. www.theheartdiseases.com How can you treat a disease that you don’t even know you have? Well, you can’t. And that’s why in many cases you only find out when any side effect related to the high blood pressure happens to you. www.theheartdiseases.com In general, these side effects are: stroke, heart diseases and kidney diseases. When they happen, it is a sign that you have a serious problem with your blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com But you don’t have to be desperate. Frequent checkups and appointments with doctors may help you figuring out if you have high blood pressure or not. This is the best way to find out in advance if you have high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Finding it out in advance may represent the tenuous line between controlling the blood pressure and suffering the consequences of it. It is an important of he process of preventing the serious side effects that high blood pressure may cause to you. www.theheartdiseases.com Factors that affect blood pressure (www.theheartdiseases.com) It isn’t a secret for anyone that lifestyle is for sure one of the most factor that affect blood pressure. And this includes alimentary habits, physical exercises and stress. www.theheartdiseases.com Foods rich in fat and sugar contribute to elevate the blood pressure. Salt also plays a major role in it. Since the fat and sugar accumulate in the blood, the heart has to work more in order to pump the blood and eliminate it. This elevates the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com The lack of physical exercises also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. If you don’t practice physical exercises, the chance of being overweight is bigger and this also contributes to elevate the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com And the last factor of the daily life that contributes to elevate the blood pressure has to do with stress. It is another factor that may elevate in a significant way the blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com However, there are some things you can do – and you should do – in order to prevent high blood pressure. www.theheartdiseases.com Answered by Reed Durtschi 1 year ago.

You are paying your doctor take his advice. Prinivil is an inexpensive medication that is on WalMart's $4 dollar list. Answered by Pricilla Buffey 1 year ago.


Whats the chance I will have an allergic reaction to Norvasc after having a reaction to Prinivil?
Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen.First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right... Asked by Heidi Tavera 1 year ago.

Im 44 in good heath but overweight. I take meds for asthma. My blood pressure creeped up and my doctor prescribed Prinivil 10mg and I opted for the Generic Lisinopril. A week after starting the medication strange things began to happen. First the irritating cough, which I found was normal. Then my right hand/fingers went numb almost on a rotating cycle. Then the dizziness and disorientation two hours after taking the drug. I was always totally wiped out , never hungry and always nervous and sweating. Finally after 2 weeks of this I woke up one night because my face was twitching uncontrollably. My tongue and lips were swollen and my throat so tight I could only whisper. I spent 3 days in the ICU from the allergic reaction. So my doc has started me on Norvasc. What’s the chance this will happen again. IM SCARED! REALLY SCARED! Answered by Tiffaney Precissi 1 year ago.

You're a wreck Answered by Michell Kaja 1 year ago.

Gee, the first guy was a real help. Just scamming for points. Norvasc is in a totally different class of drugs (calcium chanel blockers) than lisinopril (ACE inhibitors). I've never hear of a cross reactivity between the classes. Answered by Sandy Guerreiro 1 year ago.


When taking HPB meds, is it normal for your BP to drop a lot the first week the go back to the usual pressure?
I take 10mgs of Prinivil once a day. Asked by Kenisha Kibe 1 year ago.

Prinivil 10 mg usually only lowers the blood pressure by 10 mmHg at most. Medications affect people differently and it can have a greater blood pressure lowering effect in some people. If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, then you should let your doctor know right away. Answered by Efrain Racedo 1 year ago.

what is the medication you are taking and how often do you take the medicine how many milligrams and do you take it about the same time every day have you changed anything in your diet or any other meds? Answered by Fae Legorreta 1 year ago.

No, you need to let your doctor know this has happened Answered by Asia Pedroncelli 1 year ago.


With the Medicines I'm?
With the Medicines I'm taking now And they areas follows:PrinivilCelexaLevbid*Naproxen* as NeededI think that's all But can any of these causeperiod to be late??Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!!I wish I... Asked by Consuela Zimlich 1 year ago.

With the Medicines I'm taking now And they are as follows: Prinivil Celexa Levbid *Naproxen* as Needed I think that's all But can any of these cause period to be late?? Besides stress?! *** I am NOT pregnant** Never had intercourse. In mid 20's!!!!! I wish I could just skip this month!!!!!! Answered by Terrell Depalma 1 year ago.

Not Prinivil Lisinopril side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; severe stomach pain; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: feeling light-headed, fainting; urinating more or less than usual, or not at all; fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms; tired feeling, muscle weakness, and pounding or uneven heartbeats; chest pain; or swelling, rapid weight gain. Less serious side effects may be more likely to occur, such as: cough; dizziness, drowsiness, headache; nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, upset stomach; or mild skin itching or rash. Nor with Celexa As with any medication, you may experience some side effects, but celexa side effects are mild to moderate, and tend to go away quickly. The most frequent side effects of celexa are: nausea; dry mouth; drowsiness; insomnia; increased sweating; tremor; diarrhea and; some men will have problems with ejaculation. weight loss; rash, itching, change in taste, change in sexual function, or; decreased menstrual flow.!!!!! Nor Levbid What side effects may occur? Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any side effects develop or change in intensity, tell your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Levsin. Side effects may include: Allergic reactions, bloating, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, decreased sweating, dilated pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excitement, headache, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, insomnia, itching, heart palpitations, lack of coordination, loss of sense of taste, nausea, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, skin reactions, speech problems, vomiting, weakness Nor Naproxen chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance; black, bloody, or tarry stools; coughing up blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds; swelling or rapid weight gain; urinating less than usual or not at all; nausea, stomach pain, low fever, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); fever, sore throat, and headache with a severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash; bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness; or fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, purple spots on the skin, and/or seizure (convulsions). Keep taking naproxen and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects: upset stomach, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation; bloating, gas; dizziness, headache, nervousness; skin itching or rash; blurred vision; or ringing in your ears. All this info is from www.drugs.com Answered by Mark Bielinski 1 year ago.


I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round?
It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Asked by Tomiko Swary 1 year ago.

it could either be prinivil (ACE inhibitor) or potassium chloride Answered by Audra Partipilo 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I have a white pill that has an M with a square around it on one side and a 15 on the other...White/Round? It also have a score back the 15 is on the bottom side of the score. I checked drugs.com identifier and couldnt find it. I think its a pain killer, but not positive. Answered by Dorotha Lanuza 1 year ago.


Give me a list of ace inhibitor medications?
TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY... Asked by Floy Saetteurn 1 year ago.

TO MIDAGEVET, I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE NEG COMMENT, IAM NEW TO THIS AND WOULD GIVE ALL ANSWERS A THUMBS UP, JUST DON'T KNOW HOW. BUT ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE TIME TO ANSWER, I APPRECIATE AND GIVE A THUMBS UP. BEING AN RN, I KNOW SEVERAL BUT WAS JUST WANTING TO GET MORE OF A LIST THEN WHAT I KNOW OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. BUT THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME. AND THUMBS UP. Answered by Karrie Casparian 1 year ago.

Altace aceon Captopril Lotesin Mavik Prinivil Univasc Vasotec Answered by Felton Khoun 1 year ago.

ACE inhibitors can be divided into three groups based on their molecular structure: Sulfhydryl-containing ACE inhibitors * Captopril (Capoten®), the first ACE inhibitor Dicarboxylate-containing ACE inhibitors This is the largest group, including: * Enalapril (Vasotec®/Renitec®) * Ramipril (Altace®/Tritace®/Ramace®/Ramiwin®) * Quinapril (Accupril®) * Perindopril (Coversyl®) * Lisinopril (Lisodur®/Lopril®/Prinivil®/Zestril®) * Benazepril (Lotensin®) ] Phosphonate-containing ACE inhibitors * Fosinopril (Monopril®), the only member Naturally occurring Casokinins and lactokinins are breakdown products of casein and whey that occur naturally after ingestion of milk products, especially sour milk. Their role in blood pressure control is uncertain. Answered by Jung Ling 1 year ago.

I take atenolol. It had the side effect of stopping my migraine headaches. (A good thing.) Update: I guess the reason I got the thumbs down was because atenolol is a beta blocker not an ace inhibitor. Sorry. Answered by Reuben Ashline 1 year ago.

captopril (Capoten), benazepril (Lotensin), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril) fosinopril (Monopril), ramipril (Altace), perindopril (Aceon), quinapril (Accupril), moexipril (Univasc), and trandolapril (Mavik). Answered by Gemma Vizard 1 year ago.

benazepril..captopril .enalapril.enalaprilat..fosinopril..lisi... .. Answered by Alethia Mclaughlan 1 year ago.


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