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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
Renee
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Default micardis and back pain?

My mom, age 72, was put on Torpol after having a cough from her previous blood pressure medication. So far, she has done well. She has been on the medicine for about 6 weeks. She has recently begun complaining about back pain, right over her kidneys. Just wondering if anyone else who is on it had the same experience. I worry about her kidney's being damaged as a side effect. Don't know if the pain is a kidney issue, a result of daily strain or the drug. I'm wondering what we need to look out for. Any replies would be greatly appreciated. Wishing you all good health!
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