Plaquenil and rash

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  1. Alejandro Well-Known Member

    Plaquenil and rash


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    I have actually had this same reoccurring rash for about 5 years, but wasn't diagnosed with lupus until earlier this year. So mine is def not caused by the Plaquenil. My doc cannot find the connection, but the only thing that helps me is Zyrtec I use the generic. I hope this at least helps you find relief with the rash. The following case studies illustrate examples where Plaquenil administration was associated with either new onset psoriasis or flaring of pre-existing psoriasis. Case 1. A middle-aged woman sought another opinion for a puzzling rash which had been seen by two dermatologists. At first, skin biopsies showed features of eczema. Subsequent biopsies I had been taking plaquenil since April for my lupus and sjogrens. It was working really well and just recently my rheumy told that I was in remission. I felt great. Then I had an allergic reaction to the plaquenil - a rash all over my body, neck, arms and legs. I stopped taking it 1 week ago.

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    Plaquenil and rash

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    Sep 13, 2007 I can attest to being one of the most sensitive to drugs my docs have ever seen. When I first start a med, I have to split dose into 1/4's and add 1/4 more each week. Yes with plaquenil generic, I have itching, intense I could scratch through my skin. But it does calm down. I also get weird rashes but I get those from the Lupus. I got this after about 5 weeks, mine was a blistery rash and it was only on my shoulders, upper chest and upper back. My doctor said it was photodermatitis and caused from a sensitivity to the sun caused by the plaquenil. I had an itchy rash due to methotrexate. They thought it was most likely to be caused by Cimzia, so stopped both drugs, restarted MTX and the rash came back. So I had to stop that and started on new medication after the rash had subsided. The doctor hasn't seen that before, so it's not always the cause.

     
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    The Risk of Retinal Toxicity with Plaquenil The Risk of Retinal Toxicity with Plaquenil. Posted on Fri, Aug 29, 2014 Tweet; Plaquenil, hydroxychloroquine HCQ, is an anti-malarial medication that has been proven to be useful in the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis RA, systemic lupus erythematosus SLE and other inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

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