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What are the side effects of Cozaar?

Different side effects of Cozaar are commonly seen in people who have high blood pressure and those who have type 2 diabetes and diabetic kidney disease. Some common side effects of Cozaar in those with hypertension include runny or stuffy noses, sore throats and other symptoms of upper respiratory infections; dizziness; and back pain. Common side effects seen in people with type 2 diabetes include fatigue, diarrhea, hypoglycemia, chest pain, and high levels of potassium in the blood. One of the more serious side effects in those with diabetic kidney disease is the possibility of severe kidney issues. The possibility of severe hypotension, or low blood pressure, leading to fainting spells exists in both groups. Any hoarseness, breathing or swallowing problems, and swelling in the facial region, hands, feet, or legs may indicate an allergic reaction. Seek immediate medical attention if these side effects occur.

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