What to expect when you have Alternative medicine - pain relief with Retroperitoneal fibrosis?

Do you have Alternative medicine - pain relief with Retroperitoneal fibrosis? Find out below what new side effects and undetected conditions you may have in 1 to 5 years. This forecast is created after we perform predictive analysis on healthcare big data, including data collected from FDA. It will be updated regularly.

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Female

Females aged 1:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Accidental Overdose (therapeutic Agent) (12%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Rhabdomyolysis (12%)
  2. Fever (12%)
  3. Sleep Disorder (10%)
  4. Psychomotor Hyperactivity (10%)
  5. Pneumothorax (10%)
  6. Pneumoperitoneum (10%)
  7. Metabolic Acidosis (10%)
  8. Overdose (7%)
  9. Mood Swings (7%)
  10. Heart Rate Increased (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Acute Chest Syndrome (17%)
  2. Erythema Multiforme (13%)
  3. Thrombocytopenia (9%)
  4. Sinusitis (9%)
  5. Rashes (9%)
  6. Impetigo (9%)
  7. Hypogammaglobulinaemia (9%)
  8. Gastroenteritis (9%)
  9. Fever (9%)
  10. Febrile Neutropenia (9%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Blindness (33%)
  2. Erythema Multiforme (33%)
  3. Urticaria (14%)
  4. Abdominal Pain (10%)
  5. Histiocytosis Haematophagic (7%)
  6. Anaemia (7%)
  7. Circulatory Collapse (7%)
  8. Epstein-Barr Virus Associated Lymphoproliferative Disorder (7%)
  9. Haemorrhage (7%)
  10. Hepatic Function Abnormal (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fever (18%)
  2. Respiratory Acidosis (9%)
  3. Dyspnea (9%)
  4. Erythema Multiforme (9%)
  5. Eye Swelling (9%)
  6. Weakness (6%)
  7. Blindness (6%)
  8. Colitis (6%)
  9. Crying (6%)
  10. Drug Ineffective (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Rashes (9%)
  2. Haemolysis (9%)
  3. Fever (9%)
  4. Drowsiness (9%)
  5. Pancreatitis Acute (6%)
  6. Itching (6%)
  7. Hyponatremia (6%)
  8. Hypokalemia (6%)
  9. Hypoalbuminaemia (6%)
  10. Hyperbilirubinaemia (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Females aged 18:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Deep Venous Thrombosis (11%)
  2. Injury (10%)
  3. Nausea (9%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  5. Pulmonary Embolism (8%)
  6. Emotional Distress (7%)
  7. Nausea And Vomiting (7%)
  8. Cholecystitis Chronic (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dilatation Intrahepatic Duct Acquired (15%)
  2. Hepatotoxicity (15%)
  3. Venoocclusive Liver Disease (11%)
  4. Liver Function Test Abnormal (9%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Cholecystitis Chronic (11%)
  2. Injury (10%)
  3. Nausea (9%)
  4. Pulmonary Embolism (9%)
  5. Abdominal Pain (7%)
  6. Deep Venous Thrombosis (7%)
  7. Nausea And Vomiting (7%)
  8. Gallstones (6%)
  9. Abdominal Pain Upper (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Injury (11%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (9%)
  3. Gallstones (8%)
  4. Nausea (8%)
  5. Abdominal Pain (8%)
  6. Cholecystitis Chronic (7%)
  7. Emotional Distress (7%)
  8. Deep Venous Thrombosis (6%)
  9. Abdominal Pain Upper (6%)
  10. Pulmonary Embolism (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (10%)
  2. Pulmonary Embolism (10%)
  3. Deep Venous Thrombosis (9%)
  4. Injury (9%)
  5. Abdominal Pain (8%)
  6. Nausea (7%)
  7. Gallstones (7%)
  8. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)
  9. Dyspnea (6%)
  10. Cholecystitis Chronic (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Depression (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Injury (11%)
  2. Pulmonary Embolism (10%)
  3. Deep Venous Thrombosis (9%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (9%)
  5. Emotional Distress (8%)
  6. Abdominal Pain (6%)
  7. Cholecystitis Chronic (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Depression (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Females aged 45:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (9%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  3. Headache (8%)
  4. Nausea And Vomiting (7%)
  5. Stress And Anxiety (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dizziness (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (10%)
  2. Nausea (10%)
  3. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  4. Depression (8%)
  5. Fatigue (7%)
  6. Headache (7%)
  7. Chest Pain (6%)
  8. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (6%)
  2. Back Pain (6%)
  3. Insomnia (6%)
  4. Malaise (6%)
  5. Rashes (6%)
  6. Diarrhea (6%)
  7. Weakness (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (11%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  3. Headache (8%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  5. Depression (6%)
  6. Chest Pain (6%)
  7. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)
  8. Fatigue (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Diarrhea (6%)
  2. Joint Pain (6%)
  3. Dizziness (6%)
  4. Pain In Extremity (5%)
  5. Fall (5%)
  6. Malaise (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (10%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  3. Fatigue (8%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  5. Headache (6%)
  6. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (5%)
  2. Dizziness (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (10%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  3. Fatigue (7%)
  4. Headache (7%)
  5. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)
  6. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  7. Depression (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Joint Pain (6%)
  2. Malaise (6%)
  3. Dyspnea (5%)
  4. Rashes (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Females aged 65:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (10%)
  2. Nausea (8%)
  3. Fatigue (6%)
  4. Diarrhea (5%)
  5. Dyspnea (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dizziness (6%)
  2. Pain In Extremity (5%)
  3. Nausea And Vomiting (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  2. Nausea (8%)
  3. Diarrhea (6%)
  4. Fatigue (5%)
  5. Dyspnea (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Joint Pain (6%)
  2. Dizziness (6%)
  3. High Blood Pressure (5%)
  4. Malaise (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (10%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  3. Weakness (7%)
  4. Fatigue (7%)
  5. Diarrhea (6%)
  6. Dyspnea (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Fall (9%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (8%)
  3. Dizziness (8%)
  4. Joint Pain (7%)
  5. Malaise (6%)
  6. Pain In Extremity (6%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (5%)
  8. Headache (5%)
  9. Back Pain (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  2. Nausea (8%)
  3. Weakness (6%)
  4. Fatigue (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Malaise (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  2. Nausea (7%)
  3. Weakness (6%)
  4. Dyspnea (6%)
  5. Fatigue (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dizziness (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Male

Males aged 1:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. High Blood Pressure (14%)
  2. Rashes (5%)
  3. Nausea And Vomiting (5%)
  4. Fever (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Tic (11%)
  2. Rash Erythematous (11%)
  3. Ear Pain (11%)
  4. Acute Prerenal Failure (11%)
  5. Salmonella Enterocolitis (8%)
  6. Liver Disorder (8%)
  7. Gastritis (8%)
  8. Febrile Neutropenia (8%)
  9. Device Related Infection (8%)
  10. Amylase Increased (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (9%)
  2. Fever (9%)
  3. Diarrhea (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Acute Chest Syndrome (13%)
  2. Septic Shock (7%)
  3. Respiratory Disorder (7%)
  4. Wheezing (6%)
  5. Speech Disorder (6%)
  6. Maternal Exposure During Pregnancy (6%)
  7. Lung Infiltration (6%)
  8. Intracranial Pressure Increased (6%)
  9. Craniosynostosis (6%)
  10. Adverse Event (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Diarrhea (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Leukopenia (10%)
  2. Acute Chest Syndrome (10%)
  3. Thrombocytopenia (8%)
  4. Respiratory Depression (8%)
  5. Agranulocytosis (8%)
  6. Viral Infection (5%)
  7. Pancreatitis (5%)
  8. Hepatocellular Injury (5%)
  9. Headache (5%)
  10. Abdominal Discomfort (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (16%)
  2. Diarrhea (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Respiratory Depression (12%)
  2. Fatigue (12%)
  3. Consciousness - Decreased (12%)
  4. Pericardial Effusion (8%)
  5. Erythema Multiforme (8%)
  6. Cardiomyopathy (8%)
  7. Urine Output Decreased (6%)
  8. Renal Tubular Necrosis (6%)
  9. Renal Papillary Necrosis (6%)
  10. Nausea (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (15%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Bone Marrow Failure (20%)
  2. Adenovirus Infection (15%)
  3. Acute Chest Syndrome (15%)
  4. Tumor Haemorrhage (8%)
  5. Renal Tubular Necrosis (8%)
  6. Multi-Organ Failure (8%)
  7. Food Intolerance (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Males aged 18:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Nausea (7%)
  2. Fever (7%)
  3. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Itching (8%)
  2. Hallucinations (8%)
  3. Nausea (7%)
  4. Abdominal Pain (6%)
  5. Fever (6%)
  6. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)
  7. Headache (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Males aged 45:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (10%)
  2. Depression (7%)
  3. Fatigue (6%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  5. Nausea (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Chest Pain (6%)
  2. Back Pain (5%)
  3. Dyspnea (5%)
  4. Insomnia (5%)
  5. Hyperhidrosis (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Depression (10%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (10%)
  3. Nausea (10%)
  4. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  5. Diarrhea (8%)
  6. Fatigue (7%)
  7. Drug Withdrawal Syndrome (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (8%)
  2. Headache (7%)
  3. Chest Pain (6%)
  4. Weakness (6%)
  5. Insomnia (6%)
  6. Drug Dependence (5%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (5%)
  8. Dyspnea (5%)
  9. Malaise (5%)
  10. Dizziness (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Depression (9%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (9%)
  3. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  4. Nausea (8%)
  5. Fatigue (6%)
  6. Drug Withdrawal Syndrome (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (8%)
  2. Headache (6%)
  3. Rashes (6%)
  4. Chest Pain (6%)
  5. Insomnia (6%)
  6. Drowsiness (5%)
  7. Joint Pain (5%)
  8. Drug Dependence (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  2. Nausea (9%)
  3. Fatigue (8%)
  4. Depression (7%)
  5. Stress And Anxiety (7%)
  6. Diarrhea (6%)
  7. Drug Withdrawal Syndrome (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (7%)
  2. Insomnia (6%)
  3. Rashes (6%)
  4. Dyspnea (6%)
  5. Dizziness (6%)
  6. Headache (5%)
  7. Chest Pain (5%)
  8. Feeling Abnormal (5%)
  9. Joint Pain (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (9%)
  2. Nausea (8%)
  3. Heart Attack (7%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Headache (6%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (6%)
  3. High Blood Pressure (5%)
  4. Chest Pain (5%)
  5. Weakness (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Males aged 65:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (8%)
  2. Nausea (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (7%)
  2. Fatigue (6%)
  3. Diarrhea (6%)
  4. Weakness (6%)
  5. Pneumonia (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (6%)
  2. Drug Ineffective (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (7%)
  2. Fatigue (5%)
  3. Renal Failure Acute (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Drug Ineffective (6%)
  2. Nausea (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Dyspnea (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  • n/a

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Confusional State (6%)
  2. Weakness (6%)
  3. Nausea And Vomiting (5%)
  4. Diarrhea (5%)
  5. Fatigue (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Weakness (7%)
  2. Dyspnea (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

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