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Diabetes & Endocrinology (drug side effects)


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GI disturbances (anorexia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdo pain)
Metformin (common)
lactic acidosis
Metformin (rare)
GI disturbances, hypoglycaemia
Sulphonylureas
liver dysfunction, hypersensitivity
Sulphonylureas (rare)
increased risk of heart failure, bone fractures
Glitazones
GI disturbances, rash
Gliptins
hypoglycaemia
Insulin
injection site issues (skin or fat atrophy and hypertrophy)
Insulin
irritant
IV glucose
rashes, pruritus
Antithyroid drugs
agranulocytosis
Antithyroid drugs (rare)
hypothyroidism
Antithyroid drugs (overtreatment)
Cushing's syndrome
Glucocorticoids (high dose)
hyperglycaemia/diabetes
Glucocorticoids
osteoporosis, avascular necrosis of femoral head, muscle wasting
Glucocorticoids
suppression of growth velocity
Glucocorticoids
dyspepsia, abdo distension, acute pancreatitis, oesophageal ulceration, candidiasis
Glucocorticoids
increased risk of peptic ulceration when combined with NSAIDs
Glucocorticoids
menstrual irregularities, amenorrhoea, hirsutism, weight gain
Glucocorticoids
increased infection risk
Glucocorticoids
neuropsychiatric reactions (e.g. insomnia, mood lability, irritability, mania, paranoid state)
Glucocorticoids
glaucoma, papilloedema, cataracts, increased intraocular pressure
Glucocorticoids
impaired healing, petechiae
Glucocorticoids
oedema, exacerbation of CHF
Glucocorticoids
abdo pain, abdo distension, dyspepsia, regurgitation
Bisphosphonates
rash, pruritus, erythema
Bisphosphonates (rare)
osteonecrosis of the jaw, severe oesophageal reactions
Bisphosphonates (rare)