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Common Meniere's disease (meniere's disease) symptoms in men

This is a real world study of common symptoms of Meniere's disease among men. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 306 reports from FDA and social media.

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On Dec, 10, 2014: 306 reports are studied for Meniere's disease in men

Common symptoms and complications in men:

Boys of age: 0-1
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Boys of age: 2-9
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Boys of age: 10-19
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Men of age: 20-29
  1. Fever (2 reports)
  2. Pain in jaw (2 reports)
  3. Muscle rigidity (2 reports)
  4. Oropharyngeal pain (2 reports)
  5. Extrapyramidal disorder (2 reports)
  6. Tremor (2 reports)
Men of age: 30-39
  1. Tremor (9 reports)
  2. Insomnia (8 reports)
  3. Broken bone (8 reports)
  4. Mouth ulcers (8 reports)
  5. Back pain (8 reports)
  6. Jaw disorder (8 reports)
  7. Otitis (7 reports)
  8. Aseptic necrosis (7 reports)
  9. Gingival ulceration (6 reports)
  10. Toothaches (5 reports)
Men of age: 40-49
  1. Dizziness (8 reports)
  2. Headache (5 reports)
  3. Nausea and vomiting (4 reports)
  4. Delirium (4 reports)
  5. Fever (4 reports)
  6. Nausea (4 reports)
  7. Chills (4 reports)
  8. Feeling abnormal (4 reports)
  9. Back pain (4 reports)
  10. Tremor (4 reports)
Men of age: 50-59
  1. Breathing difficulty (3 reports)
  2. Joint pain (2 reports)
  3. Asphyxia (2 reports)
  4. Dizziness (2 reports)
  5. Heart palpitations (2 reports)
  6. Taste - impaired (2 reports)
  7. Renal atrophy (2 reports)
  8. Fatigue (2 reports)
  9. Vision blurred (2 reports)
  10. Balance disorder (2 reports)
Men of age: 60+
  1. Dizziness (6 reports)
  2. Uveitis (6 reports)
  3. Acute kidney failure (4 reports)
  4. Hypotension (4 reports)
  5. Fever (4 reports)
  6. Pancytopenia (4 reports)
  7. Disease progression (4 reports)
  8. Cognitive disorder (4 reports)
  9. Haemorrhagic diathesis (4 reports)
  10. Cancer pain (4 reports)

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