Photosensitivity effect of Ramipril

We have 544 consumer reports for Ramipril. Photosensitivity effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Photosensitivity side effect for Ramipril

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
160.94
198.42

Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
5′ 10″

Average age
59
80

Ramipril Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 544 reported about Photosensitivity

  1. Victor M. Buckelew says:
    4.0 rating

    Ramipril for High blood pressure

    Ramipril is effective, but it has over time led to no more intolerable side effects: dizziness, poor sensation in the arms, sleep disorders, dry mouth at night, weight gain; After significant skin changes on the head, back of the hand and lower legs – red spots, Lichtdermatosen, eczema – added that my dermatologist classified very questionable, but without significant success, I have in consultation with the family doctor for 4 weeks Ramipril by another antihypertensive replaced.

  2. Kenneth C. Williams says:
    4.0 rating

    Ramipril for High blood pressure

    Why Ramipril for increased blood pressure? High blood pressure is a common disease that can lead to heart attacks or strokes. More than 190 different antihypertensive drugs are now available for treatment. One of them is the Ramipril AWD paid by the health insurance companies with about 170 side effects, of which only 100 are listed in the instruction leaflet. The other side effects with z.T. significantly higher damage potential was concealed. Noteworthy are the side effects listed below that do not indicate any medical-biological dependencies on human blood pressure: loss of appetite, shortness of breath / bronchospasm, abdominal pain, pancreatitis, conjunctivitis, bronchitis, male mammary gland enlargement, diarrhea, renal impairment / acute renal failure, sensory disturbances, vomiting, inflammation tongue, jaundice or liver damage (including acute liver failure), weight gain, sore throat, urgency, skin rash / hives, hot flashes / sweats, night sweats, testicular atrophy, hormonal changes, cough / cough, impotence, liver function abnormal, photosensitivity, libido, pneumonia, Gastrointestinal disturbance, dry mouth, oral mucositis, sinusitis, penile enlargement, personality alteration, mucosal dryness, runny nose, blurred vision, severe allergic re Swelling of the tongue, face and larynx, nausea, changes in the sense of smell and taste, indigestion, loss of fingernails and toenails and more. This suggests that the drug Ramipril AWD is a body and personality damaging substance with a (not always reliable) blood pressure-lowering side effect, especially since many of the more than 190 other blood pressure-lowering agents with a smaller number over-handier harmless Side effects are less harmful. The list of side effects in the leaflet shows that the manufacturer is quite aware of the danger of the drug, but does not abandon its distribution for other motives based on the social system. I feel after taking this precautionary drug by the pharmaceutical industry under disregard of the Basic Law Article 2 (2) and reference to the StGB § 226 significantly damaged in my physicality and personality and used as a guinea pig. Rudolf Günter