How long does it take for lisonopril to get out of your body after stopping dose?

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Anonymous

29 Aug 2010

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The plasma half-life of lisinopril is approximately 12 hours. This means that in the average person, lisinopril should disappear from the body within 3-4 days. However, since some of the effects of the drug last longer than that, the effects of this drug can last up to 1-2 weeks after stopping the drug.

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