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Why does sotalol cause cold feet or hands?
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Dr. Randy Lisch
Podiatry
In brief: Kidney problems
Sotalol is metabolized or broken down by the kidneys and therefore may create a decrease in the kidney function, leading to swelling and a possible decreased circulation to the feet.
This would thereby cause the cold hands and feet.

In brief: Kidney problems
Sotalol is metabolized or broken down by the kidneys and therefore may create a decrease in the kidney function, leading to swelling and a possible decreased circulation to the feet.
This would thereby cause the cold hands and feet.
Dr. Randy Lisch
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