Dr. put me on Lisinopril took it for about a week and had to stop because of the cough, already have an allergy cough. Nothing I take is helping nights are the worse loosing much needed sleep.
Dry Cough - What can I take to get rid of this bad cough cause by taking Lisinopril?
Question posted by adchaney on 26 April 2016
Last updated on 27 April 2016
adchaney; I hope you did not just stop taking the lisinopril without talking with the doctor, You need to be taking something in its place. Call your doctor part of a cough, is a good chance the Lisinopril still getting out of your system. Call your doctor and tell him or her that you had to stop the medication due to the cough, very common with this class of drug but with asthma also, I really don't want to say what might help ask the doctor and tell him that a cough is much worse and you are having trouble sleeping and see if the doctor well give you something for a cough and the replacement for the Lisinopril. That won't make you cough there are many others that won't do this and drink plenty of water in the mean time is anything coming up? Or is it just from the medication along with asthma. Allergies are real bad this year already here even people that normally don't have problems with allergies are having problems.
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