Does Unisom cause Joint Pain?

Last Update May 30, 2016
#23 in Unisom discussions - 41 posts discuss Joint Pain with Unisom. Joint Pain is #23 concern in Unisom discussions.
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Does Unisom cause Joint Pain?

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I have been taking unisom to sleep for the better part of a year and am finding the pain in the bones and joints in my feet! is so bad I can no longer go for walks, shop for any length of time or do many things I enjoy, I will stop the unisom and see how it goes.

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