Leg Pain From Dicloxacillin?

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Al Says:
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Started Dicloxacillin yesterday and have had back and leg pain/ache since about half way through the day. Could it be related to Dicloxacillin?


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Verwon Says:

It is possible, according to the FDA, other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. If the symptoms continue, or worsen, you should consult your doctor.

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greg Says:

I too have experienced the symptoms you have reported. I have been treated on different occasions with this drug and have had the symptoms you experienced. It is more like nerve pain shooting down both sides of my legs (radiating from my back thru my hips and legs... difficult to stand and walk). It got worse as I approached the end of the drug treatment regimen (10 days). It subsides upon drug completion. FYI.

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