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User Voices for Montelukast Sodium

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Pain In Extremity

... week ago. He was already using flovent (Corticosteroid). Last couple of nights have been terrible. He has developed high fever and all the night he complains about pain in legs . He becomes restless in...


Source: Singulair

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Pain In Extremity

Side Effects: leg pain , headache

did not prevent bronchial asthma in my case.


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Pain In Extremity

... taking Singulair , I have noticed a difference in my Asthma. I'd have to say it's been good so far. The only thing I don't like so far is sometimes I get little jabbing pains in my feet or legs and som...


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