Neck pain is found among people with Kidney infection, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Ciprofloxacin. and have Blister. We study 12 people who have Neck pain and Kidney infection from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Kidney infection can be treated by Ciprofloxacin hydrochloride, Ciprofloxacin, Cipro, Lisinopril, Bactrim (latest reports from 8,798 Kidney infection patients)
Neck pain has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, pain, high blood pressure (latest reports from 38,022 Neck pain patients).
On Oct, 22, 2016
12 people who have Kidney Infection and Neck Pain are studied.
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Hello George here, new to group. I been on Prilosec then Nexium for the last 18 yrs due to extreme reflux and Barretts esophagus but lately I was switched to generic Esomeprazole-Magnesium and I developed neck, back and muscle and joint aches and paines, almost flu like symptoms for 5 months now. Doctors cant figure out what is causing my pain but I suspect its the Esomeprazole since most everything else has been ruled out. I am going to take myself off the meds and see if things change. Also after a recent trip to the hospital I was told by a nurse that my magnesium level is very low. Anyone else experiencing this?
I have been hospitalized and in pain since receiving the Prolia injection. It raised my white count, did a spinal tap, and diagnosed me with H1N1, the pain in my neck, hip and back has never subsided. I did have a back fusion in August 2015 and recovered nicely, then in March of 2016 got the ...
I can't control my voice, swallowing, choking, drooling, can't eat anything but soup. I have some horrible pain in one arm and my shoulder blades.My fatigue and depression is worse than it's ever been before. My ears have fluid and hurt. I had deviated septum surgery and it didn't do one single ...
Hello George here, new to group. I been on Prilosec then Nexium for the last 18 yrs due to extreme reflux and Barretts esophagus but lately I was switched to generic Esomeprazole-Magnesium and I developed neck, back and muscle and joint aches and paines, almost flu like symptoms for 5 months ...
I've been taking Letrozol for over a year. Just started neck pain I'm 75 and really hate the various pains that move from one place to another. I was on Arimadex for nearly 5 years. Letrozol was an improvement. I'm changing to aromasin soon. What experiences do other people have. I avoid pain ...
I injected my first dose of Actemra on 7/18/2016 and 3 days later I woke up with a stiff, painful neck and painful shoulders. Here I am 12 days later and this condition persists. I've never had a stiff neck that lasted more than 3 days, so I am concerned that the Actemra is the cause. My next ...
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