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Cerebral Palsy

Drug Side Effect reports associated with Cerebral Palsy

What is CEREBRAL PALSY?

accutane
Episodes: 4
caesarean section, cerebral palsy, congenital anomaly, head circumference abnormal, premature baby More
acetaminophen
Episodes: 1
pharyngolaryngeal pain.asthenia, cardio-respiratory arrest, cerebral palsy More
arava
Episodes: 1
rheumatoid arthritis What is  rheumatoid arthritis, prophylaxis, pain What is  pain.cerebral palsy, premature baby, premature labour More
avonex
Episodes: 3
multiple sclerosis What is  multiple sclerosis.blood potassium decreased, cerebral palsy More
celexa
Episodes: 1
acute respiratory failure, atrial septal defect, brain damage, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, caesarean section, cerebral palsy, chronic respiratory failure, congenital anomaly, convulsion More
cervidil
Episodes: 2
labour induction.cerebral palsy More
citalopram
Episodes: 7
cerebral infarction, cerebral palsy, convulsion neonatal, hemiplegia, tonic convulsion More
clomid
Episodes: 2
abasia, anxiety What is  anxiety, cerebral palsy, obsessive-compulsive disorder What is  obsessive-compulsive disorder, premature baby, visual disturbance More
contac
Episodes: 4
asthenia, atrophy, blood caffeine, cerebral artery occlusion, cerebral palsy, convulsion, fall What is  fall, gait disturbance More
crestor
Episodes: 1
blood cholesterol increased.cerebral palsy, myalgia More
cymbalta
Episodes: 1
sciatica What is  sciatica.cerebral palsy, feeling abnormal, hyperhidrosis, hypoaesthesia, ill-defined disorder, loss of consciousness, mood swings More
cytotec
Episodes: 1
labour induction.caesarean section, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, foetal heart rate abnormal, growth retardation, neonatal hypoxia More
desoxyn
Episodes: 2
cerebral palsy, periventricular leukomalacia More
dexamethasone
Episodes: 7
bronchopulmonary dysplasia.blood cortisol decreased, blood pressure systolic decreased, blood thyroid stimulating hormone decreased, cerebral palsy, neurodevelopmental disorder, respiratory rate increased, reverse tri-iodothyronine decreased, thyroid function test abnormal More
dilantin
Episodes: 1
convulsion.amnesia, balance disorder, cerebral palsy, condition aggravated, convulsion, difficulty in walking, eye disorder, fall What is  fall, grand mal convulsion More
diovan
Episodes: 2
hypertension.cerebral palsy More
effexor
Episodes: 3
migraine What is  migraine.cerebral palsy, congenital brain damage, convulsion neonatal More
epilim
Episodes: 1
cerebral palsy, cleft palate, developmental coordination disorder, developmental delay, facial dysmorphism, foetal valproate syndrome, pulmonary artery stenosis More
focalin
Episodes: 1
attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, hypersensitivity.cerebral palsy, nausea What is  nausea, oesophageal pain More
humatrope
Episodes: 1
cerebral palsy, medical device complication More
humulin
Episodes: 2
diabetes mellitus.cerebral palsy, hypoglycaemia More
intron
Episodes: 3
haemangioma.cerebral palsy, muscle spasticity, paresis, pneumonia What is  pneumonia, scar What is  scar, spastic diplegia More
leflunomide
Episodes: 1
cerebral palsy, multiple congenital abnormalities, muscle spasticity, premature baby More
lioresal
Episodes: 5
muscle spasticity.affective disorder, cardiac failure, central pain syndrome, cerebral palsy, opisthotonus, scoliosis More
lovenox
Episodes: 12
blood creatinine increased, blood fibrinogen increased, blood gases abnormal, blood potassium increased, blood urea increased, cerebral palsy, convulsion More
lupron
Episodes: 2
endometriosis What is  endometriosis.cerebral palsy, congenital anomaly, foetal disorder, premature baby, twin pregnancy More
lyrica
Episodes: 1
pain What is  pain.cerebral palsy, myoclonus More
methotrexate
Episodes: 1
abnormal behaviour, appetite disorder, cerebral palsy, developmental coordination disorder, developmental delay, gastrointestinal disorder, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, learning disorder What is  learning disorder More
nalbuphine
Episodes: 1
apgar score low, bradycardia foetal, brain injury, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, caesarean section, cardiac arrest neonatal, cerebral palsy, convulsion, cyanosis neonatal More
oxycontin
Episodes: 2
cerebral palsy, cerebral ventricle dilatation, grunting, mydriasis, pneumonia aspiration, pupil fixed, unresponsive to stimuli More
oxytocin
Episodes: 4
asphyxia, bradycardia foetal, cerebral palsy, convulsion More
paroxetine
Episodes: 5
depression What is  depression.aspiration, asthma What is  asthma, atrial septal defect, cardiac failure congestive, cerebral atrophy, cerebral palsy, failure to thrive, fallot's tetralogy More
paxil
Episodes: 40
anxiety What is  anxiety, depression What is  depression.apgar score low, apraxia, brain stem syndrome, cerebral palsy, convulsion neonatal, deafness, developmental delay More
phenergan
Episodes: 1
nausea What is  nausea.cerebral palsy, cerebrovascular accident, speech disorder More
prograf
Episodes: 2
abasia, amblyopia, caesarean section, cerebral palsy, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, premature baby More
prostin
Episodes: 1
labour induction.bradycardia foetal, cerebral palsy, disabled relative, hypoxic encephalopathy More
pulmicort
Episodes: 1
apgar score low, cardiovascular disorder, cerebral palsy, congenital anomaly, convulsion neonatal, foetal distress syndrome, hypoglycaemia neonatal, malaise More
remicade
Episodes: 1
psoriatic arthropathy.cerebral palsy More
risperdal
Episodes: 1
apathy, cerebral palsy, dysarthria, pain What is  pain, speech disorder More
risperidone
Episodes: 2
cerebral palsy More
rocephin
Episodes: 1
cerebral palsy, convulsion, hypoprothrombinaemia, liver disorder, meningitis What is  meningitis More
sandostatin
Episodes: 4
acromegaly.balance disorder, cerebral palsy, contusion, diarrhoea, dysstasia, epistaxis, fall What is  fall, loss of consciousness, malaise More
seroquel
Episodes: 1
bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder, anxiety What is  anxiety, gastritis, mineral supplementation, polyuria.cardiac disorder, cellulitis What is  cellulitis, cerebral palsy, eye disorder, hypertension, multiple sclerosis What is  multiple sclerosis, obesity What is  obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, vascular insufficiency More
synagis
Episodes: 3
antiviral prophylaxis.cerebral palsy More
syntocinon
Episodes: 6
cerebral palsy More
taxol
Episodes: 1
non-small cell lung cancer.arrhythmia What is  arrhythmia, cardio-respiratory arrest, cerebral palsy, shock More
tegretol
Episodes: 1
convulsion.cerebral palsy, convulsion, dehydration More
temazepam
Episodes: 1
depression What is  depression.apnoea, cerebral palsy, grand mal convulsion, loss of consciousness, meningitis tuberculous, overdose, pneumonia aspiration More
ternelin
Episodes: 1
epilepsy What is  epilepsy, hypertonia.cerebral palsy, developmental delay, epilepsy What is  epilepsy, infantile spasms, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, spastic paraplegia More
tizanidine
Episodes: 1
epilepsy What is  epilepsy, hypertonia.agitation, cerebral palsy, hypercreatinaemia, hyperhidrosis, muscle rigidity, myoglobinuria, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, tachycardia, tremor More
tofranil
Episodes: 1
apnoeic attack, cerebral palsy, circulatory failure neonatal, pallor More
topamax
Episodes: 1
cerebral palsy More
ventolin
Episodes: 3
apgar score abnormal, breech delivery, cerebral palsy, diplegia, foetal distress syndrome, maternal condition affecting foetus, neonatal aspiration, periventricular leukomalacia More
zelmac
Episodes: 2
irritable bowel syndrome What is  irritable bowel syndrome.abdominal discomfort, central nervous system viral infection, cerebral palsy More
zidovudine
Episodes: 2
hiv infection What is  hiv infection.abscess What is  abscess, accidental overdose, anaemia neonatal, bacterial sepsis, cerebral palsy, cerebral salt-wasting syndrome, convulsion neonatal, empyema, encephalitis What is  encephalitis More
zoloft
Episodes: 2
cerebral palsy, panic attack, social phobia More
zonisamide
Episodes: 1
aggression.aggression, agitation, aspartate aminotransferase increased, cerebral palsy, dyskinesia, dysphagia More

All medicines have benefits and risks. The risks of medicines are the chances that something unwanted or unexpected could happen to you when you use them, such as Cerebral Palsy. Side effects can be temporary or long-lasting, and vary in seriousness. It is important to monitor drugs for Cerebral Palsy and any other side effects. Sometimes Cerebral Palsy can be reduced with the right treatment.

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Most drugs have a large list of nonsevere or mild adverse effects which do not rule out continued usage. These effects depend on individual sensitivity, and can include nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, malaise, vomiting, headache, dermatitis, dry mouth, etc. Check commonly reported side effects . These can be considered a form of pseudo-allergic reaction, as not all users experience these effects; many users experience none at all.

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