... for the first month. My Dr. has changed my medication to lisinopril. Eventhough the research suggests that only 1% on lisinopril have ED is there anyone who has ED with a diuretic, and not with an ACE inhibitor?
29 Dec 2011
ED with a diuretic perhaps is co-related with hypertension meds such as Lisinopril, I did have the effects when I was taking Torsemide but now my medical advisor has stooped the diuretic and the condition has improved, although I still take hypertension meds, besides taking other medication for stents.
Please take care, best wishes
29 Dec 2011
The incidence of ED with use of Lisinopril is quite rare and it is difficult to ascertain whether the ED is caused just because of Lisinopril or as a combined action of other factors. Refrain from using Sildenafil as the blood pressure may be lowered to dangerous levels. Dosage adjustment may improve your condition.
- Lisinopril Information for Consumers
- Lisinopril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lisinopril (detailed)
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