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What is an idiosyncratic response to a medication?
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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Oppositive or negati
Idiosyncratic refers to an unusual response to a medication, sometimes the opposite for which it was given.
These are not allergies, but drug reactions, which should be relayed to any health professional you see.

In brief: Oppositive or negati
Idiosyncratic refers to an unusual response to a medication, sometimes the opposite for which it was given.
These are not allergies, but drug reactions, which should be relayed to any health professional you see.
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