What to expect when you have Acupuncture and pain with Weight control?

Do you have Acupuncture and pain with Weight control? 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 20:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Wound Haemorrhage (14%)
  2. Weakness (7%)
  3. Swelling Face (7%)
  4. Renal Disorder (7%)
  5. Indigestion (7%)
  6. Haematuria (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Thrombosis (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Weight Decreased (7%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (7%)
  3. Premenstrual Syndrome (7%)
  4. Oral Contraception (7%)
  5. Depression (7%)
  6. Birth Control (7%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Wound Haemorrhage (17%)
  2. Weakness (8%)
  3. Swelling Face (8%)
  4. Renal Disorder (8%)
  5. Indigestion (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Thrombosis (8%)
  2. Abdominal Discomfort (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Weight Decreased (8%)
  2. Vitamin Supplementation (8%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  4. Premenstrual Syndrome (8%)
  5. Oral Contraception (8%)
  6. Depression (8%)
  7. Birth Control (8%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Wound Haemorrhage (13%)
  2. Weakness (7%)
  3. Swelling Face (7%)
  4. Renal Disorder (7%)
  5. Indigestion (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Urinary Tract Infection (7%)
  2. Thrombosis (7%)
  3. Injury (7%)
  4. Heart Attack (7%)
  5. Abdominal Discomfort (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Birth Control (13%)
  2. Weight Decreased (7%)
  3. Vitamin Supplementation (7%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (7%)
  5. Premenstrual Syndrome (7%)
  6. Oral Contraception (7%)
  7. Fever (7%)
  8. Depression (7%)
  9. Acne (7%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Wound Haemorrhage (13%)
  2. Weakness (6%)
  3. Swelling Face (6%)
  4. Indigestion (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Urinary Tract Infection (6%)
  2. Thrombosis (6%)
  3. Rectal Haemorrhage (6%)
  4. Jugular Vein Thrombosis (6%)
  5. Injury (6%)
  6. Heart Attack (6%)
  7. Haemorrhage Intracranial (6%)
  8. Emotional Distress (6%)
  9. Abdominal Discomfort (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Birth Control (31%)
  2. Premenstrual Syndrome (25%)
  3. Depression (25%)
  4. Ulcerative Colitis (19%)
  5. Stroke (19%)
  6. Migraine (19%)
  7. Weight Decreased (6%)
  8. Vitamin Supplementation (6%)
  9. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  10. Oral Contraception (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Wound Haemorrhage (11%)
  2. Weakness (6%)
  3. Swelling Face (6%)
  4. Indigestion (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Urinary Tract Infection (6%)
  2. Thrombosis (6%)
  3. Rectal Haemorrhage (6%)
  4. Pulmonary Embolism (6%)
  5. Pancreatitis Acute (6%)
  6. Jugular Vein Thrombosis (6%)
  7. Injury (6%)
  8. Heart Attack (6%)
  9. Haemorrhage Intracranial (6%)
  10. Emotional Distress (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Birth Control (28%)
  2. Premenstrual Syndrome (22%)
  3. Depression (22%)
  4. Ulcerative Colitis (17%)
  5. Stroke (17%)
  6. Migraine (17%)
  7. Weight Decreased (6%)
  8. Vitamin Supplementation (6%)
  9. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  10. Oral Contraception (6%)
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Females aged 40:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weight Increased (26%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weight Increased (28%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. White Blood Cell Count Decreased (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Acne (5%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weight Increased (28%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (12%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. White Blood Cell Count Decreased (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Acne (5%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weight Increased (26%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (13%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weight Increased (24%)
  2. Nausea And Vomiting (12%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Migraine (12%)
  2. Depression (7%)
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Females aged 60:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (16%)
  2. Weight Increased (7%)
  3. Weight Decreased (7%)
  4. Therapeutic Response Decreased (7%)
  5. Dry Throat (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. High Blood Pressure (14%)
  2. Hypothyroidism (9%)
  3. Diabetes (9%)
  4. Depression (9%)
  5. Arthritis (9%)
  6. Stress And Anxiety (7%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (18%)
  2. Weight Increased (8%)
  3. Weight Decreased (8%)
  4. Dry Throat (8%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  • n/a

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Hypothyroidism (10%)
  2. Diabetes (10%)
  3. Depression (10%)
  4. Arthritis (10%)
  5. Stress And Anxiety (8%)
  6. High Blood Pressure (8%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (16%)
  2. Weight Increased (7%)
  3. Weight Decreased (7%)
  4. Dry Throat (7%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Abasia (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Hypothyroidism (9%)
  2. Diabetes (9%)
  3. Depression (9%)
  4. Arthritis (9%)
  5. Stress And Anxiety (7%)
  6. Osteopenia (7%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (7%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (18%)
  2. Weight Decreased (8%)
  3. Dry Throat (8%)
  4. Weight Increased (5%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Abasia (8%)
  2. Thoracic Vertebral Fracture (5%)
  3. Abdominal Pain Upper (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Hypothyroidism (10%)
  2. Diabetes (10%)
  3. Depression (10%)
  4. Arthritis (10%)
  5. Osteopenia (8%)
  6. High Blood Pressure (8%)
  7. Stress And Anxiety (5%)
  8. Osteoporosis (5%)
  9. Neuropathy Peripheral (5%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Nausea And Vomiting (21%)
  2. Dry Throat (9%)
  3. Weight Increased (6%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Abasia (9%)
  2. Thoracic Vertebral Fracture (6%)
  3. Abdominal Pain Upper (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Hypothyroidism (12%)
  2. Diabetes (12%)
  3. Depression (12%)
  4. Arthritis (12%)
  5. Osteopenia (9%)
  6. High Blood Pressure (9%)
  7. Stress And Anxiety (6%)
  8. Osteoporosis (6%)
  9. Neuropathy Peripheral (6%)
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Male

Males aged 20:

Within 1 year:

  • n/a
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Within 2 years:

  • n/a
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

  • n/a
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Within 5 years:

  • n/a
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Males aged 40:

Within 1 year:

  • n/a
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Within 2 years:

  • n/a
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

  • n/a
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Renal Injury (10%)
  2. Post Procedural Haematoma (10%)
  3. Lung Disorder (10%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Walking Disability (10%)
  2. Ureteric Cancer (10%)
  3. Thrombocytopenia (10%)
  4. Pain In Extremity (10%)
  5. Nausea (10%)
  6. Cardiac Disorder (10%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. High Blood Cholesterol (20%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (20%)
  3. Sleep Disorder (20%)
  4. Blood Pressure Management (20%)
  5. Weight Decreased (10%)
  6. Anticoagulant Therapy (10%)
  7. Constipation (10%)
  8. Depression (10%)
  9. Diabetes (10%)
  10. Diuretic Therapy (10%)
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Males aged 60:

Within 1 year:

  • n/a
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Within 2 years:

  • n/a
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Within 3 years:

  • n/a
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Within 4 years:

  • n/a
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Within 5 years:

  • n/a
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