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Pain in arm muscles. Taking toviaz, side effect is muscle pain. Due to medication?

Why do the muscles in the outside top of both my arms ache and are painful, not continuouslybut in certain movements, particularly in bed. If I lie with my arms behind my head for just a short while, I have to physically lift them down, or just straightening the duvet or reaching down to switch the electric blabket off. One of the symptoms of a tablet I take ,Toviaz,is muscle pain, Could this be it?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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The intermittent pain in the arm muscles could be related to a muscle sprain, electrolyte imbalance, overstretching of the muscles or a nerve related problem. You need to consult your neurologist for an examination to detect the exact cause.
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Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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