What to expect when you take Progesterone and have Drowsiness?

Do you take Progesterone and have Drowsiness? 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:

  • 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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Females aged 40:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (35%)
  2. Nausea (25%)
  3. Dizziness (25%)
  4. Joint Pain (20%)
  5. Weakness (20%)
  6. Insomnia (20%)
  7. Depression (15%)
  8. Feeling Abnormal (15%)
  9. Headache (15%)
  10. Weight Increased (15%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Panic Disorder (10%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Narcolepsy (10%)
  2. Cataplexy (10%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (48%)
  2. Weakness (41%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (33%)
  4. Back Pain (30%)
  5. Pain (30%)
  6. High Blood Pressure (30%)
  7. Memory Loss (30%)
  8. Nausea (30%)
  9. Night Sweats (30%)
  10. Itching (30%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Emotional Distress (30%)
  2. Vaginal Discharge (26%)
  3. Eczema (26%)
  4. Mitral Valve Prolapse (26%)
  5. Loose Tooth (26%)
  6. Uterine Leiomyoma (26%)
  7. Hypophagia (26%)
  8. Hyperkeratosis (26%)
  9. High Blood Cholesterol (26%)
  10. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (26%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Fatigue (30%)
  2. Narcolepsy (7%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (52%)
  2. Back Pain (33%)
  3. Weakness (33%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (30%)
  5. Memory Loss (30%)
  6. Pain (30%)
  7. Night Sweats (24%)
  8. Fall (24%)
  9. High Blood Pressure (24%)
  10. Nausea (24%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Emotional Distress (24%)
  2. Vaginal Discharge (21%)
  3. Diverticulum (21%)
  4. High Blood Cholesterol (21%)
  5. Oral Mucosa Atrophy (21%)
  6. Deformity (21%)
  7. Oral Cavity Fistula (21%)
  8. Dermatitis (21%)
  9. Neck Pain (21%)
  10. Neck Injury (21%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Fatigue (24%)
  2. Depression (9%)
  3. Weight Loss (6%)
  4. Narcolepsy (6%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (51%)
  2. Weakness (34%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (34%)
  4. Back Pain (31%)
  5. Memory Loss (31%)
  6. Pain (31%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (26%)
  8. Fall (23%)
  9. Itching (23%)
  10. Oedema Peripheral (23%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Neck Pain (23%)
  2. Emotional Distress (23%)
  3. Hypophagia (23%)
  4. Loose Tooth (20%)
  5. Pain In Jaw (20%)
  6. Oral Mucosa Atrophy (20%)
  7. Oral Cavity Fistula (20%)
  8. Neck Injury (20%)
  9. Musculoskeletal Disorder (20%)
  10. Bone Fragmentation (20%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Fatigue (23%)
  2. Depression (9%)
  3. Weight Loss (6%)
  4. Narcolepsy (6%)
  5. Back Pain (6%)
  6. Affective Disorder (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (46%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (33%)
  3. Weakness (31%)
  4. Pain (31%)
  5. Back Pain (28%)
  6. Memory Loss (28%)
  7. Dyspnea (23%)
  8. High Blood Pressure (23%)
  9. Fall (21%)
  10. Oedema Peripheral (21%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Neck Pain (21%)
  2. Emotional Distress (21%)
  3. Hypophagia (21%)
  4. Loose Tooth (18%)
  5. Pain In Jaw (18%)
  6. Oral Mucosa Atrophy (18%)
  7. Oral Cavity Fistula (18%)
  8. Bone Fragmentation (18%)
  9. Excessive Granulation Tissue (18%)
  10. Neck Injury (18%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Fatigue (21%)
  2. Depression (10%)
  3. Weight Loss (5%)
  4. Pain (5%)
  5. Narcolepsy (5%)
  6. Back Pain (5%)
  7. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (5%)
  8. Affective Disorder (5%)
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Females aged 60:

Within 1 year:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain In Extremity (38%)
  2. Depression (38%)
  3. Stress And Anxiety (38%)
  4. Pain (36%)
  5. Insomnia (35%)
  6. Chest Pain (32%)
  7. Fatigue (30%)
  8. Fall (29%)
  9. Nausea (29%)
  10. Gait Disturbance (29%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Visual Impairment (6%)
  2. Hoarseness Or Changing Voice (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Bone Density Abnormal (22%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (17%)
  3. Hot Flush (10%)
  4. Narcolepsy (6%)
  5. Asthma (6%)
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Within 2 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain In Extremity (43%)
  2. Depression (42%)
  3. Pain (38%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (38%)
  5. Chest Pain (37%)
  6. Oedema Peripheral (32%)
  7. Headache (32%)
  8. Gait Disturbance (32%)
  9. Rotator Cuff Syndrome (32%)
  10. Fall (32%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Hoarseness Or Changing Voice (7%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Bone Density Abnormal (25%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (17%)
  3. Hot Flush (12%)
  4. Asthma (7%)
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Within 3 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Pain In Extremity (46%)
  2. Depression (45%)
  3. Pain (41%)
  4. Stress And Anxiety (41%)
  5. Chest Pain (39%)
  6. Insomnia (34%)
  7. Gait Disturbance (34%)
  8. Rotator Cuff Syndrome (34%)
  9. Oedema Peripheral (34%)
  10. Fall (34%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Hoarseness Or Changing Voice (7%)
  2. Wrist Fracture (5%)
  3. Itching (5%)
  4. Bunion (5%)
  5. Confusional State (5%)
  6. Haematochezia (5%)
  7. Haemorrhage (5%)
  8. Head Injury (5%)
  9. Heart Palpitations (5%)
  10. Injection Site Haematoma (5%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Bone Density Abnormal (27%)
  2. Stress And Anxiety (16%)
  3. Hot Flush (11%)
  4. Asthma (7%)
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Within 4 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (39%)
  2. Pain In Extremity (36%)
  3. Dizziness (31%)
  4. Headache (25%)
  5. Depression (22%)
  6. Memory Loss (22%)
  7. High Blood Pressure (19%)
  8. Dyspnea (19%)
  9. Loss Of Consciousness (19%)
  10. Muscle Spasms (19%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Hoarseness Or Changing Voice (8%)
  2. Visual Impairment (8%)
  3. Musculoskeletal Disorder (8%)
  4. Heart Palpitations (8%)
  5. Mental Disorder (8%)
  6. Sedation (8%)
  7. Itching (8%)
  8. Haemorrhage (8%)
  9. Injection Site Haematoma (8%)
  10. Tendon Pain (8%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (25%)
  2. Hot Flush (14%)
  3. Asthma (11%)
  4. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (6%)
  5. Detoxification (6%)
  6. Abdominal Discomfort (6%)
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Within 5 years:

Most common symptoms:

  1. Fatigue (38%)
  2. Pain In Extremity (28%)
  3. Pain (28%)
  4. Memory Loss (25%)
  5. Depression (25%)
  6. Headache (22%)
  7. Weakness (19%)
  8. Muscle Spasms (19%)
  9. Dizziness (19%)
  10. Vision Blurred (19%)

Fastest developing symptoms:

  1. Musculoskeletal Disorder (9%)
  2. Mental Disorder (9%)
  3. Injection Site Haematoma (9%)
  4. Visual Impairment (9%)
  5. Hoarseness Or Changing Voice (9%)
  6. The Flu (9%)
  7. Tendon Pain (9%)
  8. Aortic Stenosis (6%)
  9. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (6%)
  10. Acne (6%)

Other co-existing conditions:

  1. Stress And Anxiety (28%)
  2. Hot Flush (16%)
  3. Narcolepsy (9%)
  4. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (6%)
  5. Asthma (6%)
  6. Abdominal Discomfort (6%)
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Male

Males aged 20:

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Males aged 40:

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Within 5 years:

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Males aged 60:

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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