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Had Cushing Syndrome, undergone Adrenal Anectomy previously. Having leg pain, causing difficulty in walking. Will Evion help?

Dear Doctor, I had Cushing Syndrome & undergone Adrenal Anectomy 2 yrs back. Now on Hisone5mg at 8AM & 4PM. Have pains in the leg now (might be musclare pain), which is causing difficulty in even walking. Even a 5 min walk, makes my leg pain like anything. Will Evion400 daily morning releive me from this pain or I have to take some other medicine. Pls advise.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Thank for asking to HCM
Your leg pain could be due to intermittent claudication it may be vascular in origin cab be best treated with some alpha blocking agent of adrenoreceptor "prazosin" is drug of choice, but before taking it the cardiac evaluation is must, and differential diagnosis is also important, the Vitamin E some times works here but have minimal indication I would advise you to discus it with your Doctor, have nice day
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