Our expert says:
please ask your doctor to do a blood test called UKE and also test Magnesium levels - your blood electrolytes balance may be upset by the medication.
Overexertion of muscles can also cause severe muscle spasms, and it sounds to me as if your hands work quite hard! Going for physiotherapy or hand massages may then help to prevent spasms.
Both Prexum and Amloc can give muscle cramps as side effects, so if the blood test is normal, and you don't think it is overexertion, maybe your dr should relook the prescription and try something else instead?
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