Does plaquenil take away the butterfly rash

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  1. Maksim-s Well-Known Member

    Does plaquenil take away the butterfly rash


    Im thinking a rash stays a lil & doesnt come for 10 minutes & then goes. I get facial flushing BUT when I was at the rhemy the other day, I was trying to explain to him how I get this. He said "you have it right now" But said it wasnt the ONLY show up during a FLARE because mine seems to come & go ALL the time.

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    Here are 10 things to keep in mind when using Plaquenil Take it on a regular schedule, meaning at the same time each day. Take Plaquenil EXACTLY as prescribed by your physician. Do not stop taking the medication without first speaking to your doctor. Taking Hydroxychloroquine with food and/or milk can help prevent stomach upset. The fact that you do have a butterfly rash and are responding to Plaquenil would be a better indication that you do have lupus, though most dr.s will not give a true diagnosis without one of the more specific lupus tests being positive. You could develope abnormal test results in the future or you may not. Here you can read posts from all over the web from people who wrote about Butterfly Rash and Sjogren's Syndrome, and check the relations between Butterfly Rash and Sjogren's Syndrome. I am now taking plaquenil. Anyone on this and how well does it work. butterfly rash, etc. I tested positive for ANA but not the sjogren's antibodies.

    I've read at least a dozen online articles to try to figure things out, and I'm even more confused after reading because some of them contradict the others! Also when im cooking, I ALWAYS get it from being in/out of the oven......... THXXXX __________________Rachel Hi Rachel, I'm no expert at all...main reason I'm replying to you is because I've wondered the same thing myself.

    Does plaquenil take away the butterfly rash

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    Find information about common, infrequent and rare side effects of Plaquenil Oral. How long does it take for plaquenil hydroxychloroquine to work with rashes? Answers Follow Share 2 doctors weighed in How long does it take for plaquenil hydroxychloroquine to work with rashes? 2 doctors weighed in Dr. Bruce Rothschild. Internal Medicine - Rheumatology. I had a skin rash from plaquenil hydroxychloroquine. I was put. ACLE generally causes redness over the cheeks and nose. The redness is often called a “butterfly rash.” It fades over a few weeks and does not leave scarring. The rash is usually seen in people with systemic lupus who are having a flare. It can be brought on or worsened by exposure to sunlight. People with lupus must protect themselves from the sun.

     
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    A Guide To Perioperative Management Of The Rheumatoid Patient. Sulfasalazine is a combination of sulfapyridine and aspirin like compounds. The medication may be associated with diminution in complete blood cell count. In general, one should consider withdrawal of the medication three or four days prior to surgery. Hydroxychloroquine is a less commonly utilized disease modifying anti-rheumatic medication.

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