What causes knee pain after taking Lisinopril?
Unlikely to be a side effect
Welcome and thanks for your query.
Lisinopril does have a number of unpleasant side effects but knee pain is unlikely to be due to that and the pain persists across different groups of anti hypertensive medicines.
Two likely causes are osteoarthritis, which affect both knees and is more common in overweight and active people and vitamin D deficiency which is a common but under detected problem.
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