Lisinopril is an effective medicine prescribed for treating high blood pressure. It is an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, which works on the blood vessels.

While you are on Lisinopril medication, never think of deviating from your doctor’s prescription. Never go for larger doses or take the drug for more periods without your doctor’s advise. Larger amounts of Lisinopril and using it for longer days can only bring in many complications.

Before the doctor gives you Lisinopril, it is better he knows everything about your medical conditions and also your allergic reactions. Tell the physician if you have diabetes, kidney or liver issues, Marfan syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis.

Pregnant women and women who nurse their children should not take Lisinopril as the drug can be harmful to the foetus and also the newborn. While you are under Lisinopril medication, you should give up alcohol potassium supplements and salt substitutes as these can interact with the drug.

In case you need some surgery or any dental care, inform the doctor before hand about your Lisinopril medication.

Like all medicines, Lisinopril also comes with many allergic reactions and also side effects. If you come across any uneasiness while taking Lisinopril medicine, you should have to stop the drug and immediately contact the doctor.

Light-headedness, body aches, fever, flu, muscle weakness, swelling, uneven heartbeats and weight gain are certain serious Lisinopril side effects that one can experience.

Cough, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, depression, diarrhea, nausea, stomach upset, rashes and vomiting are some of the less known Lisinopril side effects.