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I'm trying to get the number of reactions for a certain drug, but only where the drug was classified as suspect drug (drugcharacterization=1).

I tried: https://api.fda.gov/drug/event.json?search=(exists:(patient.drug.openfda.generic_name.exact)+AND+receivedate:([20040101+TO+20170630])+AND+patient.drug.drugcharacterization=1)+AND+(patient.drug.openfda.generic_name:%22SUMATRIPTAN%22) and https://api.fda.gov/drug/event.json?search=(exists:(patient.drug.openfda.generic_name.exact)+AND+receivedate:([20040101+TO+20170630])+AND+(patient.drug.openfda.generic_name:%22SUMATRIPTAN%22),that outcoes aren't different. In this way,I can't get the number of reactions for a certain drug, but only where the drug was classified as suspect drug (drugcharacterization=1).

Is there a way to filter, so that I only get reactions where SUMATRIPTAN was listed as suspect drug?

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