Accupril (Quinapril) Prescriptions Available Online Today

Our doctors are here to help. Accupril can treat high blood pressure and more. Speak to one of our board-certified doctors to see if Accupril is right for you.

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Our doctors are here to help. Accupril can treat high blood pressure and more. Speak to one of our board-certified doctors to see if Accupril is right for you.

Medication services available for adults and kids (3+)

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No insurance required

Same-day prescriptions available*

* Prescriptions provided at doctor’s discretion.

We accept these insurance plans and many more!

Most patients with in-network insurance pay $30 or less. Otherwise, new patient visits are $129, and follow-ups are only $69 for members.

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3 simple steps to request your prescription online today

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Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.

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Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.

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We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

Can You Get Accupril Presciption Online?

Yes, licensed medical doctors can prescribe Accupril (Quinapril Hydrochloride) online after a medical evaluation.

You can speak with one of our online doctors to learn more about Accupril. Book an online appointment with one of our top doctors using your phone or computer.

During your virtual visit, a physician will review your symptoms and medical history to provide a diagnosis. If the doctor determines that a patient would qualify for Accupril, they can write a prescription and electronically send it to a nearby pharmacy for pickup.

What Is Accupril ?

Accupril is the brand name for quinapril, an ACE inhibitor. As with other ACE inhibitors, it's used for the treatment of high blood pressure.

Accupril prescription FAQs

  • How does Accupril work?

    Like other ACE inhibitors, Accupril stops angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) from constricting your blood vessels. Without the extra constricting of the blood vessels, the blood vessels can relax, and your blood pressure comes down.

  • Accupril Dosage and Treatment

    Like other ACE inhibitors, Accupril stops angiotensin converting enzyme For people not taking diuretics, the starting dosage of Accupril is typically 10-20 mg taken once per day. Maintenance dosing ranges from 20-80 mg taken once per day or divided into two smaller doses. To prevent an accidental overdose and ensure you are getting enough medication, always follow your doctor's dosing instructions.

  • Benefits of Accupril

    Accupril helps to lower high blood pressure. Reduced blood pressure helps decrease the risk of kidney problems, stroke, or heart attack.

  • What are the side effects of Accupril?

    Like all medications, Accupril carries a risk of side effects. While most people do not experience any side effects, there is still a risk of:

    • Diarrhea

    • Constipation

    • Nausea

    • Vomiting

    • Abdominal pain

    • Cough

    • Fatigue

    • Fainting

    • Lightheadedness

    • Dizziness

    • Headache

    • Rash

    • Fever, chills

    • Loss of appetite

    • Loss of taste

    • Tingling or numbness in feet or hands

    • Fast or pounding heartbeat

    • High potassium level

    • Low sodium level

    • Liver disease

    • Kidney problems

    • Dehydration

    • Serious allergic reaction

  • Considerations and Precautions of Accupril

    As with any prescription medication, Accupril is not right for everybody. To avoid serious complications, make sure to tell your doctor about your past and current medical history and all the medications you are currently taking.

  • Accupril Interactions

    Accupril may cause serious interactions with certain medications. Always tell your doctor about any medications you are currently taking or have taken recently. Be sure to mention any of the following:

    • Lithium

    • Aliskiren (Tekturna)

    • Sacubitril

    • Potassium supplements

    • A diuretic (water pill)

    • Salt substitute

    • Gold injections to treat arthritis

    • NSAIDs like aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), or naproxen (Aleve)

    • Alcohol

    • Marijuana

  • Other Precautions of Accupril

    People with certain medical conditions should not take Accupril or may need extra precautions when taking it. Always disclose your entire medical history with your doctor, especially if you have or have had any of the following:

    • Liver disease

    • High potassium levels in the blood

    • Blood filtering procedures like LDL apheresis or dialysis

    • History of severe allergic reactions

    • History of angioedema

    • Diabetes

    • Kidney disease

    • On a low-salt diet

    • Heart disease or congestive heart failure

    • Connective tissue disease like Sjogren's syndrome, lupus, Marfan syndrome, scleroderma, or rheumatoid arthritis

  • Accupril and Pregnancy or Breastfeeding

    Accupril can be toxic to a growing fetus, causing injury or death, and it should not be taken by women who are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant. If you become pregnant while taking Accupril, stop taking Accupril, and contact your doctor immediately.

    Accupril may pass into breast milk and should not be taken by women who are breastfeeding.

  • Can You Request Accupril Online?

    You can speak with a licensed doctor during an online medical consultation to discuss an Accupril prescription. At your scheduled appointment time, you will discuss your symptoms and review your medications and medical history with the doctor. If the doctor determines that Accupril is right for you (or if they decide a different medication would be better), then they can electronically send a prescription to your local pharmacy. Book an appointment with an online primary care doctor to learn more.