Plaquenil light sensitivity

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    Plaquenil light sensitivity


    I have a new work area from where I worked 9 months ago and this area has a TON of fluorescent lighting. By wed of this week, I was feeling terribly sick and by yesterday, I felt like I was in a "flare".

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    Plaquenil is what they prescribe for Lupus, Sjogren's and mild RA, so even though we aren't given the official diagnosis, we are treated the exact same. Plaquenil has been amazing for me. It does take about 3 months to notice. I was sensitive to the sun before I started, I'm not sure if this has improved because I avoid the sun completely. Plaquenil Hydroxychloroquine is used to treat and prevent malaria infection. Any vision problems, such as reading difficulties, sensitivity to light, seeing light flashes or streaks, blurred. 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.

    Then I googled fluorescent lighting and lupus and saw in Wikipedia, that the UV light from these lights can cause a flare. Does anyone else feel "not right" or "Unwell" also when they are shopping in large stores? One hour under fluorescent lights is equivalent to 15 minutes of sun exposure. They have to be taken to a hazardous materials waste site. I would like to see a study that says 1 hr flourescent equals 15 minutes of sun!! Included was a MAJOR migraine (which I never get) I asked them to remove some of the fluorescent bulbs over me and it helped.

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