... rejoiced. Now, more than a year later we've discovered my SWEATING: CONSTANT, PROFUSE & DISABLING sweating, has been caused by taking Qualaquin. I'm 7 days off the drug, my SEVERE NLC have returned. My question? NOW WHAT??? (Yes, the profuse sweating is gradually subsiding.)
23 Sep 2009
Sorry I could find no answers for you. Talk to your doctor again.
You may find this site useful: http://www.patient.co.uk/health/Cramps-in-the-Leg.htm
- Qualaquin Information for Consumers
- Qualaquin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Qualaquin (detailed)
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