SKIN BURNING SENSATION

This adverse event was reported 55935 times

These drugs are most commonly taken by patients reporting SKIN BURNING SENSATION:

# Drug Count
0 ADAPALENE 39474
1 AVOBENZONE, OCTISALATE, AND OCTOCRYLENE 33519
2 SALICYLIC ACID 11739
3 SULFUR 2017
4 NIACIN 1856
5 ASPIRIN 1559
6 ASPIRIN 81 MG 1533
7 ASPIRIN 325 MG 1532
8 ASPIRIN TABLET 325MG 1531
9 BENZOYL PEROXIDE 903
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SKIN BURNING SENSATION is most prevalent among patients taking these drugs:

# Drug Count Frequency
0 AVOBENZONE, OCTISALATE, AND OCTOCRYLENE 33519 0.2593
1 SULFUR 2017 0.2427
2 ADAPALENE 39474 0.2401
3 SALICYLIC ACID 11739 0.2289
4 FLUOCINOLONE ACETONIDE, HYDROQUINONE, AND TRETINOIN 80 0.1709
5 TRIFAROTENE 12 0.1644
6 ADAPALENE AND BENZOYL PEROXIDE 203 0.1644
7 ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDREX GLY 7 0.1628
8 BENZOYL PEROXIDE 903 0.1550
9 OCTOCRYLENE, AVOBENZONE 46 0.1274
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SKIN BURNING SENSATION is most prevalent among patients taking these drug classes:

# Drug class Count Frequency
0 Retinoid [EPC] 39883 0.1851
1 Melanin Synthesis Inhibitor [EPC] 222 0.1388
2 Nicotinic Acid [EPC] 1859 0.0417
3 Antiparasitic [EPC] 96 0.0232
4 Pediculicide [EPC] 96 0.0226
5 Sphingosine 1-phosphate Receptor Modulator [EPC] 1 0.0179
6 Phosphodiesterase 4 Inhibitor [EPC] 181 0.0160
7 Ester Local Anesthetic [EPC] 6 0.0142
8 Pleuromutilin Antibacterial [EPC] 10 0.0141
9 Pyrethroid [EPC] 17 0.0132
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