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Review: could Diuretic effect cause Breast pain?
We study 277 people who have Diuretic effect from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
Diuretic effect (latest reports from 430 patients) can be treated by Hydrochlorothiazide, Furosemide, Lasix, Spironolactone, Triamterene And Hydrochlorothiazide, Potassium Chloride.
Breast pain (latest reports from 49,182 patients) has been reported by people with birth control, post coital contraception, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, depression.
On Oct, 26, 2014: No report is found.
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From this study (2 months ago):
I've had all over pain for 4 months, starting with pains in left abdomen, spreading to left leg, upper back, and then right abdomen. MRI's,xrays,blood work all shows normal. Physical activity and stress worsens symptoms. Seen hernia doctor said was normal, Neurologist diagnosed me with high anxiety and put me on Cymbalta. Primary has me on the cyclobenzaprine for the pain which I was told to only take at night because I have extreme fatigue. My pain has decreased tremendously since being on the Cymbalta but now I have found my left nipple to leak white fluid and blood when stimulated, noticed it while showering.My left breast and area around breast seems extremely sore.
anonymous on Sep, 13, 2014:
i have the same issue. i have breast pain all month long, even though i am not taking invega anymore. i have been completely off any antipsychotics for 8 months and nothing i got from my gynealogist seems to help. i have never had this before either.
however, i have been told that when it bleeds, it could be a lot more serious. you should get this checked out.
From this study (2 months ago):
The rash is only on my face. It comes and goes in severity from mild to moderate and is often on my cheeks and around my inner skin near my eyes/nose. It's sometimes itchy. The rash is often flat with bumps under the skin and then raised with pimple clusters but not like acne. At hospital ER once I was given an insulin shot in my IV fluids and prior to that I had drank 10 bottles of water because of cortisone shots I had in both knees (I was not on diabetic medication prior to this episode with the cortisone shots!). My skin seemed to clear up after release from the ER later that evening and was magically smooth and clear! Then the rash started back the next day.
From this study (3 months ago):
Have been experiencing breast tenderness since starting atorvastatin. Have also been undergoing various tests (pap test, intravaginal ultrasound, uterine biopsy, hysteroscopy & d&c) during this same time period because of postmenopausal bleeding.
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