Inexium Report: Acute stiffness muschles culuminating
A following Inexium side effect report was submitted by a user.
Female patient reported the following Inexium 40mg side effects :
acute stiffness in all muschles culuminating in legs and feet so sore and swollen that I couldn\'t walk. Pain was intense. Also, headaches, over heating, constipation, sleep disorder weight gain.
Not product use error, given instead of lanzaprazole for reflux. No symptoms for first two weeks, then increasing daily in severity until tablet was stoppedSide Effect Event date: Thursday July 30th 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 40mg
Medication Frequency: l daily
Patient Age: 67
Patient Weight: 12
Other medications: Thyroxene 100mcg imdur 30 mg
Pre-existing conditions: No smoking and alcohol use. liver and kidneys normal. Recovered from Barratts Oesophagus taking lanzeprazol for protection.
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? Yes Ceased taking tablet in 7 days all symptoms disappeared.
Other serious medical events? No
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