the full prescribing info says it is a side effect:
so it looks like you do have the rare hypersensitivity, and that can speed your heart up
btw, it also has there a warning about eicosanoids, which relates to fish oil
if the drug is mostly washed out by now and your BP hasn't risen, then maybe it's not doing you any good anyway
I've had the same issue with the lisinopril. Fast pulse (resting around 88, 2-3 hours after exercise about 100). I also take clonidine (Catapres) which definitely slows my heart rate down.
The first recommendation I would have is for you to lose some weight. Best way I can think of doing this is at a gym. Work with a personal trainer, and start out slowly, perhaps on a treadmill. Other recommendation I have is to reduce your portion sizes during meal times. If it's in your budget, try something like NutriSystem.
My wife and I are in our mid-60 (geez, I hate saying that!), and both of us have mild hypertension. My wife takes Lisinopril while I take Metoprolol. I originally took the beta blocker to SLOW my nocturnal pulse which I would awaken to nearly every evening. It turned out my elevated pulse (approximately 120 bpm)was due to severe obstructive sleep apnea. Once that was corrected, we noticed that the beta blocker had a positive effect on my blood pressure. It was nice and low. So I've continued on it for nearly 10 years now. While Metoprolol is no longer a front line medication for hypertension, it is nonetheless extremely effective for me, and I have typically a 60 bpm resting pulse. It's also literally pennies per dose as well. The downside to this beta blocker is that depending on the dose, it can take a bit longer to get a resting pulse up to workout levels. Mine doesn't respond as quickly and requires a bit more warming up than before.
Can lisinopril lower your heart rate I’m 27 and I take metropolor tarted I take it for a fast heart rate I had gone to a cardiologist and they did test and said my heart was fine just a fast heart rate which I gotten when I was pregnant so any who I ran out of meds and I remember I want to urgent care along time ago and they gave me lisinopril but idk for what but can this lower my heart ❤️ rate
I'm in the same position. I was given lisinopril for hypertension and since I've been taking my resting bpm avg 85 and reach 100 and over while eating, after eating, and just doing stuff around the home. This also can be accompanied by blurred vision, fatigue, muscle weakness, indigestion and flatulence. These are all of my symptoms.