Thank you for using HCM, Lisinopril
is anti-hypertensive medicine. There are some side effects of this drug and low GFR (a compromised kidney
function) is one of it. So, unless there is any recent change in medication / dose or any other factor in your body (like recent infection in kidney/liver
) , your low eGFR is likely to be caused by lisinopril. So, it is best way to stop and replace this medicine and get your eGFR checked after at least 15 days (or earlier if any new symptom arises) . There are other safer alternative drugs for you to control the blood pressure about which you can ask your treating doctor.
Hope this will clear your concern. Take care.