Drug Side Effect reports associated with Dyscalculia


Episodes: 1
arthritis What is  arthritis.amnesia, apraxia, cerebral infarction, cerebrovascular accident, disability, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, judgement impaired More
Episodes: 3
osteoarthritis What is  osteoarthritis.dyscalculia, visual field defect More
Episodes: 1
atrial fibrillation What is  atrial fibrillation, hypertension.cerebellar syndrome, cognitive disorder, disorientation, dyscalculia, dysgraphia More
Episodes: 1
pancreatic carcinoma.computerised tomogram abnormal, confusional state, dyscalculia, dyslexia, dysphagia, fall What is  fall, headache What is  headache, monoparesis More
Episodes: 2
pancreatic carcinoma.dyscalculia, leukoencephalopathy More
Episodes: 7
abnormal behaviour, dyscalculia, electroencephalogram abnormal, kidney infection, overdose, retrograde amnesia, suicide attempt More
Episodes: 1
rheumatoid arthritis What is  rheumatoid arthritis, prophylaxis against gastrointestinal ulcer.aphasia What is  aphasia, dizziness What is  dizziness, dyscalculia, encephalitis herpes, feeling abnormal, irritability, memory impairment, mental impairment More
Episodes: 2
sinobronchitis.abdominal symptom, abscess What is  abscess, aphasia What is  aphasia, cerebral cyst, cognitive disorder, concussion What is  concussion, contusion, disturbance in attention, dyscalculia More
Episodes: 2
bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder.aphasia What is  aphasia, dyscalculia More
Episodes: 1
increased upper airway secretion, sinusitis What is  sinusitis.dyscalculia, stupor More
Episodes: 1
neuralgia.burning sensation, dementia alzheimer's type, diabetes mellitus, disorientation, dyscalculia, hypoaesthesia, insomnia, memory impairment More
Episodes: 2
psoriasis.aphasia What is  aphasia, apraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyslexia, encephalopathy, endocarditis What is  endocarditis, grand mal convulsion More
Episodes: 1
bipolar ii disorder.aggression, amnesia, burning sensation, catatonia, cognitive disorder, delusion, dyscalculia, dyskinesia, expressive language disorder More
Episodes: 2
influenza.delirium, dyscalculia, hyperacusis, illusion More
Episodes: 3
febrile convulsion.dyscalculia, electroencephalogram abnormal, listless, reading disorder More
Episodes: 3
migraine prophylaxis, epilepsy What is  epilepsy.dyscalculia, hospitalisation More
Episodes: 1
headache What is  headache.disorientation, dyscalculia, hallucinations, mixed, memory impairment More
Episodes: 9
herpes zoster.abnormal behaviour, anorexia, depressed level of consciousness, dyscalculia, insomnia More
Episodes: 1
arthritis What is  arthritis.angle closure glaucoma, balance disorder, carotid artery disease What is  carotid artery disease, cataract What is  cataract, confusional state, corneal abrasion, demyelination, dyscalculia, encephalitis What is  encephalitis More
Episodes: 2
hypogammaglobulinaemia.abnormal behaviour, cognitive disorder, dyscalculia, feeling abnormal, headache What is  headache, nervous system disorder, vision blurred, weight decreased More

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