Are you on any other medications - prescription or over the counter? Muscle weakness is a side effect of some other medications.
Be sure to check in with your prescribing doctor about side effects -
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Report This| Share this:high blood pressure and leg weaknessYou can check side effects and user reviews of medications here: <a href="http://www.webmd.com/drugs/">WebMD Drugs & Medications A - Z</a> <br /><br />Are you on any other medications - prescription or over the counter? Muscle weakness is a side effect of some other medications.<br /><br />Be sure to check in with your prescribing doctor about side effects - <br /><br />Haylen
1 check the carotid arteries 2 echo cardiogram 3 blood pressure in the legs 4 Renin level
you need to find out if you are getting enough blood to the kidneys and legs. need to rule out blockage of the aorta
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Report This| Share this:high blood pressure and leg weaknesswere they weak before the meds.<br /><br />You should have them <br /><br />1 check the carotid arteries<br />2 echo cardiogram<br />3 blood pressure in the legs<br />4 Renin level<br /><br />you need to find out if you are getting enough blood to the kidneys and legs. need to rule out blockage of the aorta
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