Weakness: 303,653 reports
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Drugs that could cause Weakness
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Most common Weakness symptoms
- Fatigue - (208 reports)
- Drug ineffective - (198 reports)
- Pain - (162 reports)
- Pain exacerbated - (162 reports)
- Dizziness - (140 reports)
- Heart attack - (140 reports)
- Nausea - (129 reports)
- Stress and anxiety - (127 reports)
- Fall - (122 reports)
- Gait disturbance - (114 reports)
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