What to expect when you take Acarbose and have Acupuncture and pain?

Do you take Acarbose and have Acupuncture and pain? 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:

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Within 2 years:

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Within 3 years:

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Within 4 years:

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Within 5 years:

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Females aged 40:

Within 1 year:

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Within 2 years:

  • n/a
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Within 3 years:

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Within 4 years:

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Females aged 60:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fracture Displacement (46%)
  2. Pathological Fracture (46%)
  3. Bone Disorder (46%)
  4. Broken Bone (46%)
  5. Mobility Decreased (46%)
  6. Low Turnover Osteopathy (46%)
  7. Joint Pain (46%)
  8. Osteoporotic Fracture (46%)
  9. Femur Fracture (46%)
  10. Groin Pain (46%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

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Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Osteoporosis (38%)
  2. Diuretic Therapy (15%)
  3. Type 2 Diabetes (8%)
  4. Psoriatic Arthropathy (8%)
  5. Depression (8%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Femur Fracture (43%)
  2. Fracture Nonunion (43%)
  3. Osteoporotic Fracture (43%)
  4. Pathological Fracture (43%)
  5. Mobility Decreased (43%)
  6. Groin Pain (43%)
  7. Joint Pain (43%)
  8. Fracture Displacement (43%)
  9. Broken Bone (43%)
  10. Bone Disorder (43%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Visual Impairment (7%)
  2. Drug Hypersensitivity (7%)
  3. Arterial Stenosis (7%)
  4. Atherosclerosis (7%)
  5. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (7%)
  6. Atrioventricular Block (7%)
  7. Bleeding Disorders (7%)
  8. Blood Disorder (7%)
  9. Coronary Heart Disease (7%)
  10. Emotional Distress (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Osteoporosis (36%)
  2. Diuretic Therapy (14%)
  3. Type 2 Diabetes (7%)
  4. Muscle Spasms (7%)
  5. Depression (7%)
  6. Cardiac Disorder (7%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Femur Fracture (43%)
  2. Fracture Nonunion (43%)
  3. Osteoporotic Fracture (43%)
  4. Pathological Fracture (43%)
  5. Mobility Decreased (43%)
  6. Groin Pain (43%)
  7. Joint Pain (43%)
  8. Fracture Displacement (43%)
  9. Broken Bone (43%)
  10. Bone Disorder (43%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Visual Impairment (7%)
  2. Drug Hypersensitivity (7%)
  3. Arterial Stenosis (7%)
  4. Atherosclerosis (7%)
  5. Atrial Fibrillation/flutter (7%)
  6. Atrioventricular Block (7%)
  7. Bleeding Disorders (7%)
  8. Blood Disorder (7%)
  9. Coronary Heart Disease (7%)
  10. Emotional Distress (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Osteoporosis (36%)
  2. Diuretic Therapy (14%)
  3. Type 2 Diabetes (7%)
  4. Muscle Spasms (7%)
  5. Depression (7%)
  6. Cardiac Disorder (7%)
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Within 4 years:

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Within 5 years:

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Male

Males aged 20:

Within 1 year:

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Within 3 years:

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Males aged 40:

Within 1 year:

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Within 2 years:

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Within 3 years:

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Within 4 years:

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Males aged 60:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (58%)
  2. Heart Attack (46%)
  3. Cardiac Failure Congestive (46%)
  4. Acute Kidney Failure (42%)
  5. Weakness (42%)
  6. Hyperlipidaemia (38%)
  7. Cellulitis (38%)
  8. Ventricular Fibrillation (38%)
  9. Depression (38%)
  10. Coronary Heart Disease (38%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

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Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Cardiac Disorder (42%)
  2. Coronary Artery Bypass (17%)
  3. Type 2 Diabetes (8%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (58%)
  2. Heart Attack (46%)
  3. Cardiac Failure Congestive (46%)
  4. Acute Kidney Failure (42%)
  5. Weakness (42%)
  6. Hyperlipidaemia (38%)
  7. Cellulitis (38%)
  8. Ventricular Fibrillation (38%)
  9. Depression (38%)
  10. Coronary Heart Disease (38%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

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Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Cardiac Disorder (42%)
  2. Coronary Artery Bypass (17%)
  3. Type 2 Diabetes (8%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Weakness (31%)
  2. Vision Blurred (31%)
  3. Atherosclerosis (31%)
  4. Cardiac Failure Congestive (31%)
  5. Coronary Heart Disease (31%)
  6. Fear Of Death (31%)
  7. Heart Attack (31%)
  8. Heart Disease (31%)
  9. Heart Injury (31%)
  10. Quality Of Life Decreased (31%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Therapeutic Response Decreased (8%)
  2. Skin Warm (8%)
  3. Blood Pressure Fluctuation (8%)
  4. Dermal Cyst (8%)
  5. Dizziness (8%)
  6. Epidermolysis Bullosa (8%)
  7. Eyelid Oedema (8%)
  8. Face Oedema (8%)
  9. Gastritis (8%)
  10. Irritability (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Coronary Artery Bypass (23%)
  2. Type 2 Diabetes (15%)
  3. High Blood Cholesterol (8%)
  4. Essential Hypertension (8%)
  5. Antiplatelet Therapy (8%)
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Within 4 years:

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Within 5 years:

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