Approximately 0.8% ( less than 1%) of patients taking Lisonopril reported paresthesias as a side effect based on the manufacturer's clinical trials. Paresthesias are defined as a tingling, prickly feeling, many times concentrated in your fingers and toes, as you describe.
- Q Is there an alternative to lisinopril as it is causing breathlessness?
- Q How long can lisinopril be taken safely?
- Q Does Lisinopril cause back and leg pain and is there an alternative?
- Q Is heart flutter a side effect of drugs like lisinopril, levamir & novalog?
- Q What is lisinopril?
- Q What should I avoid while taking lisinopril?