Does Ventolin cause Leg Cramps?

Last Update May 30, 2016
Leg Cramps is a known side effect of Ventolin
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Does Ventolin cause Leg Cramps?

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| QueenM
I must say ventolin gave me cramps. Woke up last night having cramps on my calf. I was crying like a baby coz of the pain and it lasted for about 25 sec (the most painful of my life). IDK but i think I can compare the pain to the pain while having a skin test. So i stopped taking ventolin.

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| mike the fish
i had leg cramps and stomach cramps that were def due to salbutamol, i stopped the salbutamol and the cramps went, i started it came back.
The leg cramps were so bad they made me feel physically sick. The stomach cramps were also very bad and really had me worried , i nearly went to the doc thinking i had gut problems, i am a chemist and was really surprised. I had increased my dose to about 8 puffs a day after getting a horrid cold
i had cramps for the past 6 months but after stopping entirely they have gone, i only normally use one inhaler a year and dont normally get bad asthma , just when i have a cold, i will live with the cold and keep the dose as low as poss...........initially i never made the link

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