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Generally speaking, any side effect that is listed in the medicine leaflet can potentially occur in anyone taking the drug. Most of the side effects that are listed for most drugs will only occur in a small percentage of people that take the drug, but there generally is a potential that each side effect can occur in anyone that takes the drug. There are a few instances in which potential side effects may occur only in a specific sub-group of the population, such as people with certain diseases or enzyme deficiencies, but those side effects would usually be listed as specific to that sub-group.
Most of the side effects that listed in the leaflet were identified during clinical studies, but there also is some ongoing monitoring of reported side effects after drugs re approved, and there are times that certain side effects are only identified after broader use of the drug.
Certain side effects are more likely to occur if alcohol is consumed with certain drugs, but it is not true for every drug and every potential side effect. Eating also can affect certain drugs, and certain side effects from those drugs.
We cannot provide statements that can be used for legal proceedings. If the information is all that is needed, then you can print the above information. But if you need a statement for legal proceedings, it would be necessary to see your doctor, and not the company doctor.
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