Aggression: 41,223 reports
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Drugs that could cause Aggression
Conditions that could cause Aggression
Most common Aggression symptoms
- Gynaecomastia - (197 reports)
- Weight increased - (166 reports)
- Drowsiness - (148 reports)
- Agitation - (103 reports)
- Drug ineffective - (98 reports)
- Tremor - (83 reports)
- Weight loss - (76 reports)
- Dyskinesia - (75 reports)
- Abnormal behavior - (74 reports)
- Fever - (72 reports)
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