Spironolactone: 49,301 reports
Active ingredients: spironolactone
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- Acne - reported by 351 people
- High blood pressure - reported by 171 people
- Polycystic ovary disease - reported by 113 people
- Acne cystic - reported by 66 people
- Excessive or unwanted hair in women - reported by 45 people
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