jesse; the best thing to do is call your doctor,They may have to change your medications these are not common side effects and sometimes it could be loss of potassium etc you should let your doctor know before they take off for the weekend.
Have a great Thanksgiving
See if your Dr will reduce your dosage and the symptoms will disappear or at least lessen.
If you are taking losartan alone, the muscle cramps and spasms can be a potential manifestation of high blood potassium. Losartan and similar medications can increase potassium levels in your body. The best option is to contact your doctor as soon as possible. If your blood potassium goes too high, it may suppress your heart and susceptible individuals may have disturbed heart rhythm, which is considerably more serious. However, if you are taking other medications, then they may be the potential causes as well. So long as you are not sure, please consult your doctor.
- Losartan Information for Consumers
- Losartan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Losartan (detailed)
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