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Persisting abdominal pain, on atenolol, zanaflex, morpir. Sugggestive treatment?

i went to er last night im 18 57 male 0000 , on morp ir 15 atenolol neurontin nand zanaflex, well has upper abdominal pain that has come n gone over the weeks, lastnight it came got worse n worse than any baxk pain ive had, it got so bad then my body went numb loss of hearing sight ect collapse 3 times getting my parents n passed out for 5 secs went to er therey said low bp but ive still got the pain tonight
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Dizziness, blurring vision is more in favour of hypotension(Low Blood pressure).
Pain may be associated with it due to lack of blood to the vital organs.
You need to find the cause of hypotension and treat accordingly to get rid of the pain.
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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