Leg Pain| Side Effects of Benicar
Leg Pain - Drop in Potassium -- toes and feet drawing up. Having to take extra Potassium. Sinusitis.
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Female patient reported the following Benicar 20mg side effects :Leg Pain - Drop in Potassium -- toes and feet drawing up. Having to take extra Potassium. Sinusitis.Side Effect Event date: Thursday October 15th 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 20mg
Medication Frequency: 1 x daily
Patient Age: 49
Patient Weight: 158
Other medications: See above
Diagnosis: High blood -- never a history of blood pressure problems, but had been real sick with Asthma, Mycroplasma Pneumonia & Bronchitis. Received a Decadron shot, Medol dose pack and using several inhalers. Dr feels like Symbicort could of been the biggest problem - have since then been taken off of Symicort -- using Advair 500/50.
Pre-existing conditions: Asthma
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
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