Review of Oatmeal side effects
This review of Oatmeal side effects is created by eHealthMe after studying 6 reports from FDA and social media. It analyzes Oatmeal side effects by the time on the drug, gender and age (0-60+) of the users. The study is updated regularly.
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What is Oatmeal
Oatmeal (latest outcomes) has active ingredients of oats.
It can also be called: Avena, Avena Fructus, Avena Byzantina, Avena Orientalis, Avena Sativa, Avena Volgensis, Avenae Herba, Avenae Stramentum, Cereal Fiber, Dietary Fiber, Green Oat, Green Oat Grass, Groats, Oat, Oat Bran, Oat Fiber, Oat Flour, Oat Fruit, Oat Grain, Oat Grass, Oat Herb, Oat Straw, Oat Tops, Oatstraw, Oats, Rolled Oats, Straw, Whole Oat, Whole Oats, Wild Oat, Wild Oat Herb, Wild Oats Milky Seed.
On Mar, 6, 2014: 6 people who reported to have side effects when taking Oatmeal are studied
Most common Oatmeal side effects*:
If people were to have side effects while taking Oatmeal, what are they:
(1) Anxiety: 6 reports. It's more common among females aged 40-49 years old
(2) Jaundice (a yellowish pigmentation of the skin, the conjunctival membranes): 2 reports.
(3) Pneumonia: 2 reports.
(4) Abdominal Pain: 2 reports.
(5) Pulmonary Embolism (blockage of the main artery of the lung): 2 reports.
(6) Chest Pain: 2 reports.
(7) Candidiasis (candidiasis or thrush is a fungal infection): 1 report.
(8) Anaemia (lack of blood): 1 report.
(9) Bacterial Infection: 1 report.
(10) Palmar Erythema (reddening of the palms at the thenar and hypothenar eminences): 1 report.
If people were to have side effects after taking Oatmeal for a long term (> 1 year), what are they:
Oatmeal side effects by gender*:
Oatmeal side effects in women:
(1) Anxiety: 3 reports.
(2) Pneumonia: 2 reports.
(3) Pulmonary embolism: 2 reports.
(4) Chest pain: 2 reports.
(5) Abdominal pain: 2 reports.
(6) Palmar erythema: 1 report.
(7) Jaundice: 1 report.
(8) Hypoglycaemia: 1 report.
(9) Anaemia: 1 report.
(10) Hepatitis: 1 report.
Oatmeal side effects in men:
(1) Erythema: 1 report.
(2) Generalised erythema: 1 report.
(3) Paraesthesia: 1 report.
Oatmeal side effects by age*:
Oatmeal side effects in children aged 0-1:
Oatmeal side effects in children aged 2-9:
(1) Haemoglobin decreased: 1 report.
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 10-19:
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 20-29:
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 30-39:
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 40-49:
(1) Chest pain: 2 reports.
(2) Abdominal pain: 2 reports.
(3) Anxiety: 2 reports.
(4) Pulmonary embolism: 2 reports.
(5) Pneumonia: 1 report.
(6) Generalised erythema: 1 report.
(7) Erythema: 1 report.
(8) Paraesthesia: 1 report.
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 50-59:
Oatmeal side effects in people aged 60+:
(1) Bacterial infection: 1 report.
(2) Candidiasis: 1 report.
(3) Fall: 1 report.
(4) Palmar erythema: 1 report.
(5) Jaundice: 1 report.
(6) Hypertension: 1 report.
(7) Hypoglycaemia: 1 report.
(8) Ill-defined disorder: 1 report.
(9) Nasal obstruction: 1 report.
(10) Viral infection: 1 report.
* Some reports may have incomplete information.
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