Dry Cough And Edema - Side Effects Of Coveram 10/10

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sue Says:


Since starting coveram 10/10, I have developed a dry cough and lower leg and ankle edema. The cough is disrupting my sleep and the edema is uncomfortable and interfering with shoe comfort. I have been on this medication for 3 months. My BP is wonderfully controlled, hate the thought of having to change medication.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sue! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the side effects that you're experiencing.

But yes, you'll need to change medications. The dry cough is a side effect that doesn't stop, once it's started and the edema has the potential to be dangerous.

Have you tried any other medications or is this the first?

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Ashok Says:

I was taking Coveram for about 2 1/2 weeks but developed a persistent dry cough and some ankle swelling. Changed medications at that point. However, the cough is still continuing even after a week on the new medicine! Will it eventually go? How long will that take?

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