growing evidence that calcium channel blockers may cause eczema and other skin problems

There's growing evidence that calcium channel blockers may cause eczema and other skin problems.

About 1% of patients get minor skin reactions...rash, itching, photosensitivity.

Now early evidence suggests that calcium blockers can cause a delayed "eczema" rash with dry, flaky, or red skin...usually about 3 months after starting the drug.

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