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The reports shown on the website are only intended to give insight into the reported adverse drug reactions at the Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Centre Lareb. It does not always mean that there is a causal relation between the condition and the reported drug. It means the reporter suspects that the drug may be involved in the condition of the user of the drug.

Some drugs are used on a much larger scale than others. Of course, not all actually occurred adverse drug reactions are reported. The number of reports say nothing about the possibility of experiencing adverse drug reactions and it is not possible to calculate incidence rates based on the number of reports.