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Sudden pain in foot when I woke up a few

Sudden pain in foot when I woke up a few days ago. Barely able to walk. Pain feels like is from a cramp. Pain has subsided and now other foot is the same. I did not fall. 58 year old male. On Losartan 100/25 HCTZ and Atenolol 25MG. Wondering whether it coul be side effects.
Mon, 22 Oct 2018
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