How long does it take for lisinopril and lovastatin to leave no trace in my body? I want to have blood work done with no drugs in my body to check if still needed.
jlamundson' I SURE hope the doctor knows what your are doing this is pretty risky depending on your blood pressure you can do this much easier if the doctor lets you and its just like you messed up and forgot a dose or two your blood pressure well go up now..check with your doctor on this they really can tell without putting you at risk of a stroke. nobody like to have to take there medication but even when they take your blood pressure knowing what you are on,a good doctor can tell if its time to decrease or increase something... it would put you at too much of a risk to get it all out of your system so i can't figure it out you look at the half life of the drug then keep splitting it etc..but i really don't want you there without your doctor telling you just go in if you incest within a month and have your blood check and blood pressure takein..good luck sorry and hope nothing happens. chuck1957 medically retired pharm.technician CPHT.
You should not be doing this. Like chuck said it can be dangerous. The point of blood work is to make sure they aren't causing a problem, not to check if they're needed. The cholesterol sure, but its to make sure its working. If you stop taking it your cholesterol will be high, and they doc will want to increase your dose. The blood test will have nothing to do with is the lisinopril working, your bp shows that. Take your pills like you're supposed to this is not a good idea.
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