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    sdoty339 posted:
    I went to the doctor today after a year not taking my blood pressure meds. I went because I have been having vision problems with my left eye. I can;t hardly see out of it. I have to make appointment at eye dr tomorrow. But my blood pressure was 180/100. So I am taking Lisinopril now. How long does it take for this medicine to start working? I am really worried because of my eye. I have brown eyes but it has a grayish ring around the brown part. Do you know what causes this?
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    billh99 responded:
    About 2-4 weeks.

    Here is no medical professional that responds in this forum, but this might be what you are seeing in that eye.

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/arcus-senilis/AN01493


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