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    cramps / meds
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    wezman posted:
    Im taking advair is there anyone getting cramps from that med ? If so please give me some feed back.
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    justwantobreathe responded:
    I took advair of and on fo ra year. Had to stop because I was getting such horrible cramps in my hands. I'm a pianist so I had to switch to symbicort.
     
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    amcate responded:
    My calfs cramp at night. If I push really hard into the muscle, it relaxes, though it hurts at first. I also found increasing potassium by eating a lot of bananas helped.
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi wezman,

    Cramps are listed as an infrequent, and less severe, side effect of Advair in our Drugs & Medications Center. Here are some more reviews from WebMD users that you may be interested in reading in addition to those who have already posted here.

    Best wishes,
    Atti
     
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    wezman replied to atti_editor's response:
    Thanks for your time the feed back really helped me out I'm really glad I found this website.


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