Plaquenil sun sensitivity

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  1. Marina XenForo Moderator

    Plaquenil sun sensitivity


    It could be that your medication for rheumatoid arthritis or related syndromes is causing photosensitivity, a reaction of the immune system that can make you more susceptible to sunburns and sun rashes. If you don’t see yours here, be sure to ask your doctor; many other drugs, such as certain antibiotics, can cause photosensitivity, too.

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    Hi everyone, I have Ra and was diagnosed with discoid Lupus last summer. My rheumy juggled my meds and added hydroxychloroquine 200mg. Approx a month after starting this I noticed I was getting more sun sensitive and had a nasty flare which has taken most of the winter to calm down. Author Topic Plaquenil and Sun Exposure Read 22855 times. Both Sjogren's and Plaquenil can increase skin sensitivity to sunlight. There are other medications that can cause photosensitivity too. I am extra sensitive to the sun now, too, though - I can get pink after about only 15 minutes in direct sunlight. Logged The info about Plaquenil you get in the box says that it can cause photo-sensitivity and SjS can cause sun sensitivity too. It's not surprising so many sjoggies end up with low Vit D - although I realise there are other reasons. Sun requires us to use sunblock, hats and to cover up. Take care - Scottie

    Some may be out of your system within 36 hours; others may take more or less time. Here are some of the culprits that are used to treat autoimmune disease, listed from most likely to cause a reaction to least: Everyone has to be careful in the sun, but if you're taking a sun-sensitive drug, you need to be extra rigorous — and these medication side effects are difficult to predict. Brodell, MD, professor and chair of the department of dermatology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, every drug has a different half-life, which means they each take a different amounts of time to clear your body.

    Plaquenil sun sensitivity

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  3. Once we determined that Plaquenil was worsening my psorasis to affect my nails and tendon inserts, I came off it for good. Skin rashes occasionally develop and hydroxychloroquine may make you more sensitive to the sun, so it is advisable to use the usual precautions of sunscreens and a hat if you are in the sun.

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    If you have lupus, protecting yourself from sun exposure is an essential part of managing your people with lupus experience photosensitivity or unusual sensitivity to sunlight. This. Sensitivity to UV light during treatment with chloroquine in rheumatoid arthritis. Seideman P1, Ros AM. Author information 1Department of Internal Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Danderyd Hospital, Sweden. Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine have long been suspected of causing light sensitivity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis RA. Headaches – Plaquenil can rarely cause a headache. Sun SensitivityPlaquenil can sometimes make the skin more sensitive to the sun. Patients should wear sunscreen. Ringing in the Ears Tinnitus RARE BUT SERIOUS side-effects include Changes to the Eyes – Plaquenil can rarely cause changes to the retina in the back of the eye.

     
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    Plaquenil is the brand name for the prescription drug hydroxychloroquine. PLAQUENIL To Take or Not To Take?" Lupus Community. Stopping plaquenil. DailyStrength Common Cold and Plaquenil - HealthBoards
     
  5. icy_lime New Member

    With a diagnosis of mild rheumatoid arthritis I was. With a diagnosis of mild rheumatoid arthritis I was prescribed "hydroxychloroquine 200MG" I was feeling sick the next day pressure in the ears, swollen lymph nodes, pressure in the head. My urologist says those aren't side effects of the drug and my general doctor says that my body is trying to fight a virus since my immune system is low now.

    Does anyone else feel worse on Plaquenil?
     
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