Started Taking Lercanidipine 10mg. 5 Days Ago

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may Says:


Woke up this morning with severe cramping in legs.Am presently taking Accrete d3 tablets
and been on these for a while.Should I be taking these together? Also feel woozy bu it wears off.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, May! How are you?

The Lercanidipine can sometimes cause potassium loss as a side effect, and that can cause leg cramping, according to the NIH, so that may be what's causing the issue. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination.

It most likely does not have anything to do with the Accrete D3.

How many potassium rich foods do you ingest, each day? What does your normal diet consist of?



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Mary Burns Says:

Have been to my Doctor who has taken me off the tablets and put me on to a water tablet.

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