Lens opacity and Walking during sleep - from FDA reports
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Lens opacity (cloudiness of lens) (latest reports from 30,330 Lens opacity patients)
Walking During Sleep
Walking during sleep has been reported by people with insomnia, narcolepsy, depression, sleep disorder (latest reports from 5,497 Walking during sleep patients).
Drugs that are associated with Walking during sleepWalking during sleep (1,012 drugs)
Other conditions that could cause Walking during sleepWalking during sleep (834 conditions)
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