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About this MedsFacts analysis covering adverse side effect reports of minidril patients who developed difficulty in walking.

MedsFacts provides MD-approved analysis to help both patients, researchers, and physicians accurately assess the risk profile for more than 20,000 different pharmaceutical products. The below report offers compiled information from Food & Drug Administration and MedsFacts user submissions. Between January 2004 and October 2012, 2 individuals taking minidril reported difficulty in walking to the FDA. A total of 20 minidril drug adverse event reaction reports were made with the FDA during this time period. Often the FDA only receives reports of the most critical and severe cases; these numbers may therefore underrepresent the complication rate of the medication.

FDA Research Report

Introduction This page is designed to help you determine the relationship, if any, between minidril and difficulty in walking. In doing so, we compare minidril with other drugs that cause difficulty in walking, to help you evaluate whether or not minidril causes difficulty in walking. Likewise, this page shows the most highly-reported side effects of minidril, so you can see if difficulty in walking ranks among minidril's most well-known side effects.
Summary Statistics
Reports of minidril causing difficulty in walking: 2
Reports of any side effect of minidril : 20
Percentage of minidril patients where difficulty in walking is a reported side effect: 10.0000%

FDA reports of any drug causing difficulty in walking : 5400
Average percentage for all medicated patients where difficulty in walking is reported as a complication: 0.0338%

Physician opinion on minidril as adverse event culprit:

Overall opinion for all reports of this drug:
Most frequent diagnoses/indications for prescribing minidril:
CONTRACEPTION ( 3 patients )
( 0 patients )
Drugs with high FDA adverse event association with difficulty in walking:

AVONEX (700 patients)
VIOXX (655 patients)
LIPITOR (469 patients)
ASPIRIN (468 patients)
FORTEO (374 patients)
NEURONTIN (299 patients)
CELEBREX (282 patients)
ZOCOR (221 patients)
ATENOLOL (197 patients)
SYNTHROID (194 patients)
PREDNISONE (190 patients)
CRESTOR (165 patients)
NAMENDA (164 patients)
REMICADE (156 patients)
LASIX (147 patients)
HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE (145 patients)
BEXTRA (139 patients)
NORVASC (139 patients)
PLAVIX (129 patients)
NEXIUM (124 patients)
ZOLOFT (124 patients)
FUROSEMIDE (122 patients)
FOLIC ACID (120 patients)
LEVOTHYROXINE SODIUM (120 patients)
XANAX (119 patients)
FOSAMAX (116 patients)
VICODIN (114 patients)
PAXIL (111 patients)
COUMADIN (107 patients)
TOPROL-XL (104 patients)
LEVAQUIN (97 patients)
METHOTREXATE (95 patients)
ALL OTHER THERAPEUTIC PRODUCTS (ALL OTHER THERAPEUTIC PRODUCTS) (93 patients)
OXYCONTIN (93 patients)
LISINOPRIL (92 patients)
AMBIEN (82 patients)
PREMARIN (79 patients)
IBUPROFEN (79 patients)
PRILOSEC (78 patients)
OMEPRAZOLE (78 patients)
PREVACID (78 patients)
ALBUTEROL (77 patients)
HUMALOG (77 patients)
DIOVAN (76 patients)
CALCIUM GLUCONATE (76 patients)
ALPRAZOLAM (76 patients)
[THERAPY UNSPECIFIED] (75 patients)
PROZAC (75 patients)
ACETAMINOPHEN (72 patients)
LORAZEPAM (72 patients)
ZETIA (72 patients)
PERCOCET (72 patients)
LEXAPRO (70 patients)
GLUCOPHAGE (69 patients)
REBIF (68 patients)
VALIUM (68 patients)
COZAAR (67 patients)
LYRICA (67 patients)
EVISTA (66 patients)
SEROQUEL (66 patients)
BACLOFEN (65 patients)
VITAMIN E (65 patients)
LANTUS (65 patients)
CYMBALTA (64 patients)
PROTONIX (64 patients)
METFORMIN HCL (64 patients)
INSULIN (64 patients)
DIGOXIN (62 patients)
DEPAKOTE (62 patients)
KLONOPIN (62 patients)
HUMIRA (62 patients)
ZYRTEC (62 patients)
CLONAZEPAM (61 patients)
ACETYLSALICYLIC ACID SRT (59 patients)
ACTOS (59 patients)
VALTREX (59 patients)
GLEEVEC (59 patients)
LEVOXYL (57 patients)
ATIVAN (57 patients)
MULTI-VITAMINS (56 patients)
AMLODIPINE BESYLATE (56 patients)
ZYPREXA (56 patients)
PREDNISOLONE (55 patients)
HUMULIN N (55 patients)
RISPERDAL (55 patients)
TYLENOL (54 patients)
TRAZODONE HCL (54 patients)
ALTACE (53 patients)
NATALIZUMAB (53 patients)
WARFARIN SODIUM (53 patients)
TEGRETOL (53 patients)
SINGULAIR (52 patients)
WELLBUTRIN (51 patients)
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE (51 patients)
ZANTAC (50 patients)
MULTIVITAMIN (49 patients)
SIMVASTATIN (49 patients)
CELEXA (48 patients)
GABAPENTIN (47 patients)
AVANDIA (47 patients)
CARBAMAZEPINE (47 patients)
ALLEGRA (47 patients)
CALCIUM (46 patients)
ALEVE (46 patients)
FLEXERIL (46 patients)
MULTI-VITAMIN (46 patients)
ALLOPURINOL (46 patients)
TOPAMAX (44 patients)
M.V.I. (44 patients)
BENADRYL (44 patients)
METFORMIN (43 patients)
VITAMIN D (43 patients)
ASCORBIC ACID (43 patients)
EFFEXOR XR (43 patients)
LITHIUM CARBONATE (42 patients)
NITROGLYCERIN (42 patients)
SPIRONOLACTONE (42 patients)
ARICEPT (42 patients)
GLIPIZIDE (42 patients)
BOTOX (41 patients)
KEPPRA (41 patients)
ACTONEL (41 patients)
METOPROLOL TARTRATE (41 patients)
BETASERON (41 patients)
THALOMID (40 patients)
PRAVACHOL (40 patients)
TRILEPTAL (40 patients)
DARVOCET-N 100 (40 patients)
GLYBURIDE (40 patients)
ZESTRIL (40 patients)
BACTRIM (40 patients)
DIAZEPAM (40 patients)
ULTRAM (40 patients)
ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM (39 patients)
DEPAKENE (38 patients)
VALPROATE SODIUM (38 patients)
ACCUPRIL (38 patients)
ZOMETA (38 patients)
CLONIDINE (38 patients)
DILANTIN (38 patients)
EFFEXOR (37 patients)
ADVAIR DISKUS 100/50 (37 patients)
DYAZIDE (36 patients)
HYZAAR (36 patients)
RANITIDINE (36 patients)
VOLTAREN (36 patients)
ENALAPRIL MALEATE (35 patients)
DURAGESIC-100 (35 patients)
OXYCODONE HCL (35 patients)
PREDNISONE TAB (35 patients)
COREG (34 patients)
ELAVIL (34 patients)
LAMICTAL (33 patients)
CALCIUM (CALCIUM) (33 patients)
LANSOPRAZOLE (33 patients)
VERAPAMIL (33 patients)
HUMULIN R (32 patients)
AMARYL (32 patients)
VIAGRA (32 patients)
CIPRO (32 patients)
ZANAFLEX (31 patients)
SOMA (31 patients)
AVELOX (31 patients)
LOPRESSOR (31 patients)
SINEMET (31 patients)
NAPROXEN (30 patients)
MOTRIN (30 patients)
IMITREX (30 patients)
REMERON (30 patients)
MEMANTINE HCL (29 patients)
TRICOR (29 patients)
PRIMIDONE (29 patients)
MORPHINE (29 patients)
AVAPRO (29 patients)
COMBIVENT (29 patients)
HUMULIN 70/30 (29 patients)
ZOLPIDEM TARTRATE (29 patients)
DEXAMETHASONE (29 patients)
LANOXIN (28 patients)
PAROXETINE HCL (28 patients)
METOPROLOL (27 patients)
PROVIGIL (27 patients)
POTASSIUM (POTASSIUM) (27 patients)
ZITHROMAX (27 patients)
PEGASYS (27 patients)
IMDUR (27 patients)
AMITRIPTYLINE HCL (27 patients)
VITAMINS (VITAMINS) (27 patients)
ENBREL (26 patients)
ACCUTANE (26 patients)
MIACALCIN (26 patients)
CARDIZEM (26 patients)
REBETOL (26 patients)
TYLENOL (CAPLET) (26 patients)
CLARITIN (26 patients)
REGLAN (26 patients)
DECADRON (26 patients)
FAMOTIDINE (26 patients)
FLONASE (26 patients)
VASOTEC (26 patients)
LOTREL (25 patients)
PENTASA (25 patients)
ACIPHEX (25 patients)
CLOPIDOGREL BISULFATE (25 patients)
INDERAL (25 patients)
MORPHINE SULFATE (25 patients)
CIPROFLOXACIN (25 patients)
FLOMAX (25 patients)
PROPRANOLOL (25 patients)
PRINIVIL (25 patients)
Most common side effects for patients taking minidril:
PREGNANCY (4 patients)
ARTHRALGIA (4 patients)
ANXIETY (3 patients)
SYNOVITIS (3 patients)
OSTEONECROSIS (3 patients)
PAIN (3 patients)
ASTHENIA (3 patients)
DIFFICULTY IN WALKING (2 patients)
ARTHRITIS (2 patients)
DRUG EXPOSURE DURING PREGNANCY (2 patients)
DRUG INEFFECTIVE (2 patients)
MENTAL DISORDER (2 patients)
HAEMATOMA (2 patients)
NO ADVERSE EFFECT (2 patients)
CONVULSION (2 patients)
NIGHTMARE (2 patients)
AGITATION (2 patients)
AGGRESSION (2 patients)
AGRANULOCYTOSIS (2 patients)
BONE MARROW FAILURE (2 patients)
CONDITION AGGRAVATED (2 patients)
TRISMUS (2 patients)
ABNORMAL DREAMS (2 patients)
NORMAL NEWBORN (1 patients)
PHOSPHENES (1 patients)
PHOTOPHOBIA (1 patients)
POST PROCEDURAL COMPLICATION (1 patients)
ORAL INTAKE REDUCED (1 patients)
VOMITING (1 patients)
RASH (1 patients)
SLEEP DISORDER (1 patients)
SPONTANEOUS HAEMATOMA (1 patients)
VERTIGO (1 patients)
STATUS EPILEPTICUS (1 patients)
STEVENS-JOHNSON SYNDROME (1 patients)
TRICHIASIS (1 patients)
THROMBOSIS (1 patients)
DRY EYE (1 patients)
DYSURIA (1 patients)
DRUG INTERACTION (1 patients)
DEPRESSION (1 patients)
CYTOLYTIC HEPATITIS (1 patients)
CONJUNCTIVITIS (1 patients)
CONJUNCTIVAL SCAR (1 patients)
CONGENITAL ANOMALY (1 patients)
BONE INFARCTION (1 patients)
ENCEPHALOCELE (1 patients)
FALL (1 patients)
HYPERTENSION (1 patients)
MENINGOCELE (1 patients)
LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS (1 patients)
LABORATORY TEST ABNORMAL (1 patients)
KERATITIS (1 patients)
INSOMNIA (1 patients)
INFLAMMATION (1 patients)
INFECTION (1 patients)
HYPERTENSIVE ENCEPHALOPATHY (1 patients)
ABASIA (1 patients)

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