I am currently on Lisinipril and Atenolol. I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I have been having problems with ED for some 7 years. Sometimes Viagra helps but certainly not most of the time. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
30 Mar 2013
There is a theoretical risk, but not a large one. In fact, losartan will have many of the same risks of lisinopril. In fact they are almost cousins. Typically it should not be taken with lisinopril.
I will mention that beta blockers, atenolol for example, has a high risk of ED. That being said, the benefit of being on it may be more important.
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