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Am a 76 year-old hypertensive with CKD; was given 'Cozaar' and 6 months into therapy developed excessive swelling of ankles/feet. Asked for GFR., and the result was 38, when I had been at a level of 54 for the previous 5 years. Ceased 'Cozaar' 4 mont
Back pain, horrible itching, confusion, insomnia, headache, did I mention back pain? It did bring down my blood pressure, No way I would even THINK of taking again. All this happened in 2 weeks! One of the WORST experiences of my life.
Hello, Sorry to hear about you problems with this drug! YOU HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR MEDICIN ASAP!!! Ther is a lot of blood pressure medicin; hard to improv (I have done several times, use right now Coozar 50mg since 3 year, have to change asap becaus
I don't want to say my side-effects are from Cozaar alone, but I do feel a little different. I also take Metoprolol for my high blood. Anyway, I can't walk normally anymore. I'm a Carpenter by trade and that makes it 10 's harder. I walk with a limp.
I have been in a very debilitating state as far as sever muscle pain and injuries to the point i could barely walk i discontiued cozaar and am slowy getting back i believe with all my being it was due to cozaar and had to try to convince my dr. over
I have taken Cozaar for 8 years, never had a problem. My dose was 100 mg at night and 50 mg in morning. Suddenly out of the blue my blood pressure spiked to 185/135 and my heart went into a continuous fibrilation that lasted 2 hou
Ishave been on the same two med' and i too have had trouble with my legs. It is as you say, they are tired and I also get a burning feeling. I am taking 100 mg of cozaar and I am going to have the doc take me off.
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