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My parents are both getting older and more medication is added to the mix all the time. When you look at their pill boxes, there are different colored pills in there for every day. Now, my dad has been given lisinopril tablets, for his blood vessels I think. Can anyone explain what the side effects of lisinopril tablets are? I am also always worried that the different drugs will interact with each other in a bad way.

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What you say can happen, and some medications should never be taken in conjunction with one another. I assume that your father's doctor has that under control, though.
As for the side effects of lisinopril tablets, the most often reported ones are dizziness, weakness, diarrhea, and double or blurred vision. Besides, lisinopril tablets can also lower the blood pressure.
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