Cilazapril - I feel bad

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I have been on Cilazapril for about 6 years. I have psoriasis as well and have been using lots of drugs & ointments over the years.

Over the past 3 years I have been on Cyclosporin as well.

I have been felling tired and worn out all the time for years. Talking with local doctors has been a waste of time. I am now on Cilazapril only.

I have felt tired all the time (even 30 minutes after waking up) - I am angry all the time, and little things really poss me off. My arms + legs fell like they are buzzing (best way to describe it) all the time. I am always tired and weak. I am finding it hard to concentrate at work.

Could Cilazapril cause this? I did not take it a day or two back and I felt better - but took it yesterday and today and feel crap again.

Chris (New Zealand)

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    Just to add some more details:

    I feel quite hot all the time - I like it when it is cool or I am outside in the cool, or driving with the window down to keep cool. Often when it is hot I sleep with a fan on all night.

    Could this be a side affect of Cilazapril also?


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    Hi House

    I did not take the medication today and I feel better - no buzz in the arms and legs and generally more ok.

    I think I will just try some herbal remedies and see what that does, Apparently garlic is quite good?


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    To be honest I think Garlic might be, err, rubbish, however there are many lifestyle changes you could make that could help,, you should really talk to / plead with your Doctor again about other medications and these lifestyle changes neutral
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    You've been on BP lowering medications for years, just stopping these medications could be putting your health at significant risk sad
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