Would you have Recurrent leg pain and cramping (Blockage of leg arteries) when you have Pneumonia?
Summary: there is no Recurrent leg pain and cramping reported by people with Pneumonia yet. We study people who have Recurrent leg pain and cramping (Blockage of leg arteries) and Pneumonia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Pneumonia can be treated by Levaquin, Azithromycin, Prednisone, Avelox, Levofloxacin, Clarithromycin. (latest reports from 122,913 Pneumonia patients)
Recurrent leg pain and cramping
Recurrent leg pain and cramping (repeated leg pain and muscle contraction) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, high blood pressure, osteopenia, high blood cholesterol, arthritis. (latest reports from 2,393 Recurrent leg pain and cramping patients)
On May, 20, 2015: No report is found.
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From this study (3 weeks ago):
I have had this pain for 4 years now. Started at horrible joint pain after going off of the drugs for pneumonia. Then went into my muscles and continues to get worse. My Doctor did not do anything for almost 3 years and now it is all I can do to work.
From this study (3 months ago):
After pneumonia treatment I became ill was diagnosed with CIDP
From this study (3 months ago):
In a 3 month period I used levaquin twice for two weeks and floxin once for two weeks as treatment for pneumonia. Six months later I was originally diagnosed with Guillen Barre after being unable to use my legs. It took 6 months to get in to see the neuroloigist and symptoms went away 1 week later. Next year I had something similar. This has gone and returned to where it eventually has become permanent. My feet are numb and hands and arms becoming so. I am bedridden most of the time and in severe pain that the highest dose of opiodes cannot completely take away. I have severe breathing problems. Thankfully this is no longer getting worse due to treatment with IVIG. I left out the final diagnosis is that I have CIDP- If my neurologist had been able to agree and start treatment sooner I would not be in as nearly as bad of shape as I am. I was diagnosed 8 years ago but after insurance wanted a second opinion I went to a specialist at UCSF who determined it was not CIDP he did not know what it was his thought was it was rheumatic. Anyway 7 neurologist later it is now definitely CIDP. For a while they though it was Charcot Marie Toothe, genetic testing could not rule it out but could not rule it in either. After my final neurologist put me in the hospital for IVIG treatment, which helped my feet to no longer feel numb temporarily, we now know it is CIDP. I now think it was the drugs that they used to treat my pneumonia started this whole problem 20 years ago.
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