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Lisinopril Suspected As Cause of Death

Lisinopril Suspected As Cause of Death March 31, 2012. By Gordon Gibb.
Buffalo, NY A negative impact on liver function is not amongst the more common Lisinopril side effects. Be that as it may, some patients taking the oft-prescribed treatment for high blood pressure have experienced Lisinopril liver damage, including a woman who posted to a blog in late 2010 that her (acute liver failure) was caused "by a blood pressure medicine called Lisinopril," Jennifer Roberts wrote in October of that year, by way of a post to the blog transplantcafe.com. "(Lisinopril) shut my liver down within six weeks."
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Gluten-Free, Lisinopril-Free?

Gluten-Free, Lisinopril-Free? January 8, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Seattle, WA Chances are, you know someone who is on a gluten-free diet to help treat digestive problems. This diet is fast rising in popularity, and at the same time, so is an increase in prescriptions for medications such as Lisinopril. But Lisinopril comes with serious side effects, including liver damage and digestive-tract problems, such as celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome. It would be interesting to find out how many Lisinopril consumers believe they are wheat-intolerant and are on gluten-free diets…
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Lisinopril—Hidden Dangers

Lisinopril—Hidden Dangers November 22, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Las Vegas, NV Many prescription drugs are as common as aspirin; it's no wonder that many consumers don't read warning labels or consider that a medication could be associated with side effects. Take Lisinopril, for instance. It is one of the most widely prescribed drugs in the US, and it also has the potential to harm a lot of people.
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Dry Cough Highlighted As One of the Side Effects of Lisinopril

Dry Cough Highlighted As One of the Side Effects of Lisinopril November 8, 2011. By Charles Benson.
Washington, DC An interesting finding associated with the use of angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors shows that the development of a dry cough could be one of the side effects of Lisinopril, according to Dynamic Chiropractic.
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Lisinopril Also Linked to Kidney Damage?

Lisinopril Also Linked to Kidney Damage? October 19, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Eau Claire, WI Although Joanne knows that Lisinopril has been linked to liver damage, she can't help but wonder if this ACE inhibitor, which is used to control high blood pressure, could also be associated with kidney problems.
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Lisinopril Associated with Many Serious Side Effects, Including Angioedema and Liver Damage

Lisinopril Associated with Many Serious Side Effects, Including Angioedema and Liver Damage August 31, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Houston, TXLisinopril, used to treat hypertension, congestive heart failure and heart attack, is associated with many side effects including liver damage. Beverly was diagnosed with angioedema (which can be life-threatening) as a direct result of Lisinopril, according to her hospital doctors.
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Lisinopril Side Effects May Include Hyponatremia

Lisinopril Side Effects May Include Hyponatremia August 8, 2011. By Charles Benson.
Boston, MA In a recent Medscape Today column, Northeastern University Assistant Dean Jenny A. Van Amburgh explained that lisinopril side effects can potentially include hyponatremia, a metabolic condition in which there is not enough salt in certain body fluids.
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“Lisinopril Sucked the Life out of Mom”

 “Lisinopril Sucked the Life out of Mom” July 18, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Denver, CO “Not long after my Mom started taking Lisinopril for high cholesterol her health deteriorated; it seemed to suck the life right out of her,” says Sarah, whose mother passed away just months after stopping the drug--on her doctor’s advice.
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Lisinopril Caused Liver Failure, Alleges Liver Transplant Recipient

Lisinopril Caused Liver Failure, Alleges Liver Transplant Recipient June 25, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Fort Walton Beach, FL In the past few years there have been a number of people coming forward with allegations that lisinopril causes liver damage and liver failure. One victim is Jennifer Roberts, age 32, and mother of three, who had a liver transplant in 2009. "My hematologist said lisinopril caused me to go into acute liver failure," she says. "In a way it was a relief to know what happened to me, but I am furious at the lisinopril makers."
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