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Thanks for your response, actually, I am writing the comlaint of my uncle who is 75 years old, on antihypertensive drugs ( Amlor 5mg, Atakand which is a combination of hydrochlorthiazide and enalapril), no history of back trauma or sciatica, experiance these cramps as he describes 2-3 wks ago in the back of his thighs, both sides, especially when he wakes up from sleep, and disappears as he walks for a few seconds......he also feels that his tongue is falling backwards, compromising his breathing, I don't know whether these two conditions are related or not..... I hope the information gives you a clue to my uncle's condition....thanks again...
Amal Al Dabbagh
Hello again, but what about his uppper airway symptoms of suffocation he feels as if his tongue is obstructing his airway wiith severe dryness in his tongue. Is there any relation to the muscle cramps? by the way his serum calcium , urea and electrolytes were normal.....and he is on these medications for a long time and the complaint is only of 2 -3 weeks duration.
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