Undifferentiated connective tissue disease hydroxychloroquine

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  1. Samoritall Well-Known Member

    Undifferentiated connective tissue disease hydroxychloroquine


    I’m still not 100% but my Rhuemy is think Undifferentiated Connective tissue disease which is not the same as Multiple connective tissue disease. I was wondering if there’s anyone on here who has this? Ive found no foundation and almost no awareness on this disease at all..

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    Hydroxychloroquine Plaquenil can treat mild mixed connective tissue disease and might prevent flare-ups. Calcium channel blockers. This category of medications, including nifedipine Procardia and amlodipine Norvasc, help relax the muscles in the walls of your blood vessels and may be used to treat Raynaud's disease. Things to Avoid If you have lupus or a condition that predisposes you to lupus, such as undifferentiated connective tissue disease UCTD, there are certain foods and medications that you should avoid. The substances listed in this article have shown to induce lupus signs and flares and should be avoided by people with lupus or autoimmune. The term "undifferentiated connective tissue disease" UCTD is used to describe a condition in people who have symptoms and lab test results that indicate a systemic autoimmune disorder or connective tissue disease, but which do not meet enough such characteristics to indicate a diagnosis for a well-defined connective tissue disease such as.

    I see a lot of mixed info so I’d love to hear experiences, explanations, like anything and everything that anyone knows about this. So if I do have UCTD mine presents itself very similarly to lupus and RA with some Sjorgens similarities too. Ive found no foundation and almost no awareness on this disease at all.. I'm no medical expert and have no training but I think the term undifferentiated connective tissue disease (UCTD) is similar to use of the term idiopathic for a diagnosis that's not specific. I don’t see much awareness for this disease or much information. there's only 2 discussions actually on UCTD and no one seems to really know what it is. from my understanding if I'm diagnosed with UCTD it's because I have Lupus and RA symptoms with some blood test markers of both but the tests aren't conclusive enough… Jump to this post Hi @bunnysammy — I usually go to Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com/) when I'm trying to find some in depth information or studies on a medical diagnosis or research papers.

    Undifferentiated connective tissue disease hydroxychloroquine

    UCTD, low MCV, low MCH and low neutrophils Mayo Clinic., Lifestyle and Additional Information Johns Hopkins Lupus.

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  4. I'm no medical expert and have no training but I think the term undifferentiated connective tissue disease UCTD is similar to use of the term idiopathic for a diagnosis that's not specific. Here are a few articles I found using Google Scholar.

    • Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease Mayo Clinic..
    • Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease – In-Depth Overview.
    • User Reviews for Hydroxychloroquine to treat. -.

    UCTD and Plaquenil deleted_user 08/28/2012 Finally, I have seen another rheumy for a second opionion, and have received the diagnosis of Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease UCTD that could develop in to Lupus. Description •Undifferentiated connective tissue disease UCTD is an autoimmune disease that presents similarly to other rheumatic conditions but fails to meet laboratory requirements which indicate a specific disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematous, Sjogren's or scleroderma. Undifferentiated connective tissue disease, or UCTD for short, is a systemic autoimmune disease. This means that the body’s natural immune system does not behave normally. Instead of serving to fight infections such as bacteria and viruses, the body’s own immune system attacks itself.

     
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    Low-Dose Naltrexone for Autoimmunity? - Amy Myers MD While Naltrexone is primarily for opioid addiction, a doctor in New York, Dr. Bernard Bihari, discovered that when it was taken at a much lower dose, LDM exhibited beneficial results for patients with autoimmunity, cancer, and HIV or AIDS. Hence the name Low-dose Naltrexone LDN.

    Low Dose Naltrexone - Complementary Therapy - Sjogren's.