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 Aug, 18, 2014: 306 reports are studied for Meniere's disease in men
Common symptoms and complications in men:Boys of age: 0-1Boys of age: 2-9Boys of age: 10-19Men of age: 20-29
Men of age: 30-39
- Extrapyramidal disorder (2 reports)
- Oropharyngeal pain (2 reports)
- Fever (2 reports)
- Pain in jaw (2 reports)
- Muscle rigidity (2 reports)
- Tremor (2 reports)
Men of age: 40-49
- Tremor (9 reports)
- Insomnia (8 reports)
- Back pain (8 reports)
- Mouth ulcers (8 reports)
- Jaw disorder (8 reports)
- Broken bone (8 reports)
- Aseptic necrosis (7 reports)
- Otitis (7 reports)
- Gingival ulceration (6 reports)
- Toothaches (5 reports)
Men of age: 50-59
- Dizziness (8 reports)
- Headache (5 reports)
- Tremor (4 reports)
- Back pain (4 reports)
- Fever (4 reports)
- Nausea and vomiting (4 reports)
- Nausea (4 reports)
- Feeling abnormal (4 reports)
- Chills (4 reports)
- Delirium (4 reports)
Men of age: 60+
- Breathing difficulty (3 reports)
- Fatigue (2 reports)
- Renal atrophy (2 reports)
- Heart palpitations (2 reports)
- Taste - impaired (2 reports)
- Dizziness (2 reports)
- Asphyxia (2 reports)
- Joint pain (2 reports)
- Vision blurred (2 reports)
- Balance disorder (2 reports)
- Uveitis (6 reports)
- Dizziness (5 reports)
- Hypotension (4 reports)
- Disease progression (4 reports)
- Fever (4 reports)
- Cognitive disorder (4 reports)
- Pancytopenia (4 reports)
- Cancer pain (4 reports)
- Appetite - decreased (4 reports)
- Acute kidney failure (4 reports)
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