I was prescribed clonodine, but I have lisiniprol, is it the same thing, or ok to just take my lisiniprol?
What is the difference betweeen clonodine and lisinopril?
Question posted by tabbyg2 on 20 June 2012
Last updated on 20 June 2012 by Cloch
Clonidine and lisinopril are from two different classes of drugs. Clonidine is an alpha -2 agonist while lisinopril is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor. It is possible to be taking both at the same time. I would caution you when using Clonidine. Do not abruptly stop taking it as it could cause rebound hypertension.
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