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Old 12-02-2005, 06:00 AM
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I have been on zetia for almost 4 months now,I have strong lower back pains neck and shoulders,and from my leggs up into my waste and stomach now,this is something I never had,I was tested and now my doctor is telling me that my kidneys are sluggish,another problem I never had.My last test everything was good,this drug has also affected my sex life,and just in the past couple weeks I have been experiencing pain in my Testicle and scrotum,I find now I have a lump the size of a golf ball there on one side,returning to the doctor tom. morning.I'm hoping for the best this has all become scary since I haven't had any problems until I started these pills.<br><br> GOOD LUCK TO ALL
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Old 01-02-2009, 02:29 AM
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I also developed a lump in my scrotum on one testicle after using Zetia for about a year. What did your doctor tell you about your condition?
Thank you for any info,
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