High blood pressure, Stomach cramps, taking lisinopril, prozac and ativan. Cramps due to medication?
Thanks for posting your query.
Lisinopril is a very good Anti hypertensive which is widely used as a first line drug to treat Hypertension. It shows a good efficacy with minimal side effects.
Lisinopril is associated with abdominal pain, bloating and diarrhea. These all are self limiting side effects and gradually decrease as our body becomes tolerant to these.
Since you are prone to mild IBS, this side effect has been precipitated and has become prominent.
You can continue using the drug for at least 2 weeks and if the problem persists and you feel that it is hampering with your daily routine, then you can discuss the other options available with your physician.
Hope this answers your query. I will be glad to answer the follow up queries that you might have.
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