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Lisinopril hypertension drug could be helpful for multiple sclerosis by Jeff Pile Posted Thu 10 Dec 2009 5:02pm Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found a drug used to treat high blood pressure, lisinopril, an inexpensive drug with a proven safety track record, may have therapeutic benefit for multiple sclerosis as well. Amazingly, the study began seven years ago when Dr. Lawrence Steinman M.D, senior author of the study and ... Read on »
Take two lisinopril and call me in the morning by Heather .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 21 Feb 2013 1:55pm The blood pressure, it is bad.  Well, not super bad, but not super good.  It could be that I'm officially lazy, having never quite recovered from my forced exercise hiatus last year when I broke my foot, or it could be that my progressive kidney disease is, well, progressing.  As I told a friend today, it's not unexpected, because PKD is indeed a ... Read on »
ok, i get it. by stephen harris Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 Aug 2009 11:27pm my daily google updates lately have been stuffed full of stories that smoking  worsens ms, and increases the rate at which the disease progresses. i will admit that until about 22 years ago, i was a free-spirited smoker, and that after i quit the habit, i still smoked every now and then. i actually enjoyed it much more when it was only now an ... Read on »
A Long Day..... by Jaime Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Aug 2009 6:00pm Yesterday was a very long day for me. I had my Data Review with the Attending Doc to get the official yes or no on the transplant. Well, the transplant is a go, but my tests were not all normal. My lungs are doing very well, which I am so happy about because I have had so many problems. It turns out that taking 20mg of Prednisone a day is reall ... Read on »
High Blood Pressure Update by Chris .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 28 Apr 2010 5:39am I’ve been on my diuretic for two weeks now, but I have yet to take my blood pressure. My failed on me, so I’m going to have to get a new one. I can feel that something is going on. It’s hard to ignore the great thirst I experience after the drug kicks in. Since my doctor prescribed it, I’ve done some research on how I’m being treated. ... Read on »
The Minimal Impact of a Big Hype ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 11:04am The Minimal Impact of a Big Hypertension Study By ANDREW POLLACK 29 nov 2008--The surprising news made headlines in December 2002. Generic pills for high blood pressure, which had been in use since the 1950s and cost only pennies a day, worked better than newer drugs that were up to 20 times as expensive. The findings, from one of the bigg ... Read on »
Blood Pressure Medicine and MS by Jeri B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 6:34am How could this be a year old and I never saw it? A drug commonly used to treat high blood pressure may also double as a multiple sclerosis treatment. A new study shows the inexpensive blood pressure drug lisinopril blocked development of multiple sclerosis in laborator ... Read on »
Right Back Where We Started From by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 5:22pm 600 mg. of levodopa .  Right back where we started from. I’ve been considering the cost of my medications.  The Exelon patches are going to cost me $60 a month.  If I stayed on the Stalevo , it would ALSO cost me $60 a month.  Add to that the Metropolol , the Zoloft , the Lisinopril , the Ambien and the Clonazepam I need to take every day. ... Read on »
FDA Correctly Identified Risks With Risk From Statins States Orthopedic Surgeon–Recognizing Side Effects & Muscle Pain by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Mar 2012 11:14pm Again with marketing today and finding short comings on various clinical trial reportings what is the real truth about statins?  This doctor said the FDA called it right and granted they have to personally sift through all the reports and so forth before making their decision as they are accountable and who the US citizens depend on for their i ... Read on »
Bits and Pieces: Back, Once Again by Wheelchair Kamikaze Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 2:02am Image via Wikipedia Here's yet another edition of Bits and Pieces, in which I assemble various MS related (and sometimes non-MS related) materials for your reading and/or viewing pleasure. These are all items which have piqued my interest for one reason or another, and I feel the compulsive need to share with my loyal (or even disloyal) ... Read on »