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You’d agree that not every prescription drug has always worked for you exactly as the doctor said it would. Also, sometimes you may have experienced certain unwanted side effects from even those drugs which are supposed to be harmless.

RateADrug is a website which aims to generate ratings based on user reviews and also shows you the possible prescription drugs side effects according to what users have experienced.

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You can search a drug by typing it in the search bar and then get various details and ratings based on different parameters. Like you can see in the screenshot below, the drug Lipitor is rated by anonymous users based on the positive and negative side effects it incurs. You may also choose a condition from the drop down menu and then see the corresponding details.

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  1. Maggie
    June 25, 2009 at 6:49 pm

    Actually it looks pretty useful. If you fill out a survey you can really think about how your meds are working and then take it to your doctor. I agree, there aren't enough ratings on some drugs yet (although I found quite a few for mine, some of them very useful) but it's quite helpful for me just thinking about the stuff I'm taking.

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  3. Alan
    March 23, 2009 at 11:31 am

    While this site looks like it could be interesting in the future, right now there are so few ratings to make it dangerous.

    I looked at one drug. It had middling responses. But, it only had one response. And that person was using it not for the approved purpose but for a different one.

    So, if you aren't careful, you could be turned off to a drug because it wasn't helping someone who wasn't even using it for its intended purpose!