Can Aldactone cause backache in men, taking it for CHF. Also taking Lasix and some other drugs?

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15 Nov 2010

Pain in the back, just below the rib cage, (as known as "flank pain"), is a sign of kidney failure. As CHF increases your risk for kidney failure, I strongly urge you to see your doctor.

Sometimes, water pills (Aldactone, Lasix) can worsen kidney failure.

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