Feeling Bad

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John Says:

I'm on 10mg of Ramipril,10mg of rosuvastatin,100 mg aspirin and 20mg nexium and feel terrible most days.I had 2 stents 12 months ago and have never had a heart attack.My symtoms are nausea, pains in my arms and neck.Feel more tired, but have no problems with light exercise.Could it be the drug causing this?

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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Yes, it could be caused from either the Ramipril or the Rosuvastatin and if I had to take a guess, it would be that it's the Rosuvastatin. These statin medications are well known to cause these types of side effects in many people that use them, especially the pain you are experiencing.

There are many people that have had to stop taking them due to this problem, or they've had to switch to a different medication.

You can learn more here:





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John Says:

Hi Verwon,

Thanks for the informative reply and links.


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