Have been wheezing on inspiration for over a month...
Have been wheezing on inspiration for over a month. Can't figure it out. No fever. Chest X-rays normal. Scan of larynx and esophagus ok. Coughing blood-tinged blood in the morning. Taking lisonopril for high BP every day for many years.
Post created 8 months 2 weeks ago
The trachea should still be
The trachea should still be investigated, as an obsruction there may also give inspiratory wheezes.
Lisinopril( ACE inhibiotor) is notorious for causing cough the mechanism of which is by effect on bradykinins that may be translated also in increased respiratory tract secretions thus airflow obstructin, thus possibly wheezing. It also may cause alveolitis which may cause mixd wheezing.
You may elect to change your drug to another group altogether, and monitor your symptoms, or take a CTscan of chest and trachea for a definitive conclusion.
It is an observation, anyway, that lisinopril is often disconitued by patients for reasons of a persistent cough and the like.
Dr Hana Fayyad, pediatrician
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7 months 3 weeks ago
I failed to mention to blend this juice with Carrots Juice. Drink it throughout the day.
Check with ehealthme.com drug directory regarding this medication Lisinopril and it's side effects. One of the adverse reaction of this medication is coughing and anaphylaxis(wheezing, shortness of breath)
What I prescribed is a remedy whose objective is control/monitor your blood pressure and to help reduce/expansion of the mucus infection that is causing problems with respiratory tract.
8 months 6 days ago
My name is Sha Adams and with your permission may I suggest an alternative medicine to your health concerns. I believe that the body is designed by our Creator, to heal itself. All it needs is a boost from natural ingredients. As a naturopathic specialist, I prescribed various juices, that consist of vegetables, fruits, grains and spices.
Condition: Lisinopril and Wheezing
Natural remedy: kale, mustard, collard, turnip greens, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, one teaspoon of garlic and onions (grind) one teaspoon of fennel spice, one teaspoon of saffron spice, one teaspoon of dill spice, one teaspoon of fenugreek spice, one teaspoon of horseradish spice
Nutrients involved: Calcium, Choline Magnesium, Manganese
Give us a chance Phillips, we are here for you.
Personal note: Everything that I have shared with all ehealthme.com members, regarding alternative medicine for he/she health problems. Well guess what, supermarkets and online shopping are selling the same juices, I put together for you; and they are not cheap!
8 months 6 days ago