Personalized predictions study for a 57 year old man who takes Edarbi, Omeprazole - from FDA reports


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1,472,851 related reports were analyzed:

Most common symptoms:

Drug ineffective
  • 5.38% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Dyspnea
  • 5.15% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux
Fatigue
  • 5.94% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
  • 5.48% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux
High blood pressure
  • 5.79% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Nausea
  • 5.44% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux

Most common co-existing conditions:

Crohn's disease
  • 5.03% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux
Depression
  • 7.46% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Diabetes
  • 11.13% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
High blood cholesterol
  • 17.35% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Insomnia
  • 6.74% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux
Pain
  • 8.33% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Stress and anxiety
  • 5.04% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure
Type 2 diabetes
  • 5.93% for males aged 57 (±5) who have acid reflux and high blood pressure

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