Physical discomfort affecting the upper part of the back that may vary from a dull ache to incapacitating pain.
Physical discomfort in the jaw.
Physical discomfort in the ankle area, often including the joint or the tendon that connects the lower leg to the heel (Achilles tendon).
Physical discomfort in the elbow joint, or in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments supporting it.
Physical discomfort in the kidneys, organs located under the lower ribs in the back.
Uncontrolled jerking, loss of consciousness, blank stares, or other symptoms caused by abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
An involuntary eye movement which may cause the eye to rapidly move from side to side, up and down, or in a circle, and may slightly blur vision.
A low level of the electrolyte potassium in the blood.
A high level of the electrolyte potassium in the blood.
Thickened layers of skin, often on the hands or feet.