Dr. Isaac Gana
TERNOPIL STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY UKRAINE, MD., CARDIOLOGY SPECIALITY
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Your husband's tingling is most likely due to the long time effect of Topzole (Pantoprazole) which causes hypomagnesemia which is reduced magnesium in the blood which in turn causes tingling and also increases the chance of a heart attack.
There is nothing to worry from your complaints as there are no signs to indicate any possibilities of a heart attack.
Chest pain migrating to back, neck, or jaw with shortness of breath and cold sweat are the most common signs of a heart attack.
I suggest you do a random blood sugar test to rule out diabetes.
A lower dose of Topzole (Pantoprazole) is suggested.
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