Can Prilosec Cause Muscle Pain And Weakness?

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Weakness is a reduction in the strength of one or more muscles.

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Lack of strength; Muscle weakness


Weakness may be generalized (total body weakness) or localized to only one area, side of the body, limb, or muscle. Weakness is more notable when it is localized. Localized weakness may follow a stroke, flare up of multiple sclerosis, or injury to a nerve.

Weakness may be subjective or objective.

  • Subjective means you feel weak, but there is no measurable loss of...
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