Can I eat grapefruit whilst taking ramipril?

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2 Nov 2009

Per the prescribing information, I didn't find any contraindications of Ramipril and grapefruit, so I think you should be fine.

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Delila 2 Nov 2009

Grapefruit is condraindicated if taken with simvastatin, which is to treat high cholesterol.
Could you be getting confused with this?

hmhaas 3 Nov 2009

He didn't ask about grapefruit and Simvastatin, so no I'm not confusing the two.

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