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User Voices for Montelukast Sodium

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Montelukast Sodium

Skin Tightness

gives me a very tight chest after a few weeks.


Source: Singulair

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Skin Tightness

... started having heart palpitations as soon as I started taking it, was always tired and sleepy (was sleeping as much as 12 hours a night), had hip pain, lower back pain, pain and tightness in my thigh ...


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Skin Tightness

... to help with my allergies somewhat but after several months of suffering a large increase in migraine headaches. My neurologist and I decided to stop using Singulair . The constant tightness in my head...


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Skin Tightness

I grew out of asthma years ago, started having trouble exercising outside when it was less than 40 degrees. Very tight chest and a shallow hack-cough, but not much wheezing. Singular seesm to help a b...


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Skin Tightness

... jolt me awake, sound of sliding door opening and someone coming into the house, someone calling my name, someone screaming a shout at me, seeing things, sometimes vivid dreams, tightness in eye cheek ...


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