Back Pain Using Cosopt P F

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Arlene Says:

What are some of the side affects , you have had with Cosopt p f. My back is hurting , and my body feels like the flu

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Verwon Says:

Cosopt-PF is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent and they have been known to potentiate muscle weakness and aches in people that may have reason to be prone to them.

Learn more Cosopt details here.

How long have you been using it?

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keke Says:
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Whole right side of my bodt hurt. Middle and lower back pain collar bone hurt neck aches and throb adominal also hurts. And my shoulder.

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