self-induced

adjective
self-in·duced | \ˌself-in-ˈdüst, -ˈdyüst\

Definition of self-induced 

: induced by oneself or itself : brought on or brought about by oneself or itself self-induced problems self-induced vomiting Now consider another interaction between electricity and magnetism; that is, a changing magnetic field surrounding a conductor induces a voltage in the conductor. This induced voltage is called a self-induced voltage because it is induced in the same conductor that is carrying the current.— Masoud Olia

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1796, in the meaning defined above

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self-induced

adjective
self-in·duced | \-in-ˈd(y)üst \

Medical Definition of self-induced 

: induced by oneself self-induced vomiting

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