Review: could Alcohol cause Glycogen storage disease type viii?
Summary: there is no Glycogen storage disease type viii reported by people who take Alcohol yet.
We study 5,669 people who have side effects while taking Alcohol from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Glycogen storage disease type viii and more.
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Alcohol has active ingredients of alcohol. It is often used in stress and anxiety. (latest outcomes from 5,730 Alcohol users)
Glycogen storage disease type viii
Glycogen storage disease type viii (defects in the processing of glycogen synthesis or breakdown within muscles, liver, and other cell types) has been reported by people with crohn's disease, fungal infection, type 1 diabetes. (latest reports)
On Feb, 27, 2015: No report is found
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- A study of drug interactions between Alcohol, Lisinopril, Wellbutrin, Prozac, Trazodone Hydrochloride for a 62-year old woman with Mood, High Blood Pressure, Depression, Sleeplessness. The patient has Tremor
- A study of drug interactions between Alcohol, Mirena for a 29-year old woman with Noni, Contraception. The patient has Nausea
- A study of drug interactions between Alcohol, Ibuprofen for a 22-year old woman with Application Site Nodule, Headache. The patient has Vaginal Bleeding Between Periods
- A study of drug interactions between Alcohol, Tylenol for a 22-year old woman with Stress, Pain.
- A study of side effects of Alcohol for a 40-year old woman with Not Breathing. The patient has Relapsing Polychondritis (recurrent episodes of inflammation of the cartilage of various tissues)
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