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Does hydrochlorothazide cause chronic cough?

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DzooBaby 22 Jul 2011

No, hydrochlorothiazide has not been known to cause a cough but if you take any ACE inhibitors for your blood pressure, that could be the culprit. ACE inhibitors are notorious for causing a dry, persistent, unproductive cough. Drugs that are ACE inhibitors are Lotensin (benazepril), Capoten (captopril), Vasotec (enalapril), Monopril (fosinopril), Zestril (lisinopril), Accupril (quinapril hydrochloride), Altace (ramipril), among a few others. If you take any of these for hypertension or high blood pressure, talk to your Dr about an alternative.

Anonymous 22 Jul 2011

Do you smoke?

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