What to expect when you take Ibuprofen and have Stress and anxiety?

Do you take Ibuprofen and have Stress and anxiety? Find out below what new side effects and undetected conditions people who are 50-59 years old may have. This prediction is created after we perform predictive analysis on health care big data. It will be updated regularly.

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On Jul, 23, 2018

25,815 reports have been studied.


Females aged 50 to 59 :

16,420 related reports were analyzed:

Most common symptoms:

Dizziness
  • 5.29% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Drug ineffective
  • 7.48% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Dyspnea (difficult or laboured breathing)
  • 5.21% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Fatigue (feeling of tiredness)
  • 7.63% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Headache (pain in head)
  • 7.42% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Joint pain
  • 5.67% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Nausea (feeling of having an urge to vomit)
  • 10.11% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Nausea and vomiting
  • 5.03% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Rashes (redness)
  • 5.11% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Weakness
  • 5.69% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen

Most common co-existing conditions:

Diabetes
  • 5.26% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (a condition in which stomach contents leak backward from the stomach into the oesophagus)
  • 5.26% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
High blood cholesterol
  • 10.06% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
Quit smoking
  • 7.13% for females aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
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Males aged 50 to 59 :

9,395 related reports were analyzed:

Most common symptoms:

Chest pain
  • 5.09% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Drug ineffective
  • 5.24% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Fatigue (feeling of tiredness)
  • 7.5% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Headache (pain in head)
  • 5.2% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen
Nausea (feeling of having an urge to vomit)
  • 6.39% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen

Most common co-existing conditions:

Depression
  • 8.68% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
Metastases to bone (cancer spreads to bone)
  • 9.76% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
Multiple myeloma (cancer of the plasma cells)
  • 9.11% for males aged 50 (±5) who take Ibuprofen and have stress and anxiety
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