Sjogrens flare plaquenil and itching

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  1. timoshek Well-Known Member

    Sjogrens flare plaquenil and itching


    A flare is different from the day-to- day variation of symptoms that patients with chronic diseases experience and is characterized as a large and rapid increase in a patient’s usual symptoms. I like to define a flare as a sudden and significant increase in the activity of a disease. Several measures of disease activity have been developed for Sjögren’s.

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    Re Sjogrens syndrome and itchy head Reply #7 on April 26, 2012, PM Try putting mineral oil, vitamin e oil, or olive oil on the tips of your fingers and rubbing this into your scalp. Rheumy started me on plaquenil and it helped with the tiredness and no energy for a while but it did not do anything for dry eyes/saliva at all so why take it. It is supposed to slow down the immune system so your problems aren't as bad.i.e. tears/saliva. But, I started getting bronchitis in Jan-April. I was diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome when I was 41, and I lost all feeling in my face. I had suffered from many eye infections and have done so over 20 years cold sore attacking the Iris. I found all of my joints very stiff swollen and very painful. I see a specialist every 3 months. I am on Plaquenil 400 mg daily.

    The first is a tool that measures disease activity from the physician’s perspective in the many organs and systems affected by Sjögren’s. This definition allows us to use quantitative measures of disease activity to compare levels of disease activity from one point in time (e.g. The two most promising are the European League Against Rheumatism Sjögren’s Syndrome Disease Activity Index (ESSDAI) and the European League Against Rheumatism Sjögren’s Syndrome Patient Reported Index (ESSPRI).

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  5. Sep 13, 2007 Has anyone else noticed that plaquenil makes them itch? I've been on it for 10 months and I noticed within a couple of weeks that I was pretty itchy. I recently went to the dermatologist for a rash and he said that my rash was from scratching. I think the itch has become worse since I started on Cymbalta. Does anyone else have this problem?

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    Plaquenil hydroxychloroquine is a medication that has been used for many years to help musculoskeletal symptoms and fatigue in patients with autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and Sjögren’s. Hi, I started taking Plaquenil on June 24th and for the last four or 5 days have had horrible itching. No rash just all over itching. My Rhuemy told me to stop taking it until all itching symptoms were gone, then wait another week and start up again with 1 pill 200mg a day instead of 2 pills. Study Raises Questions about Sjogren's and Plaquenil. For many patients with Sjogren's, Plaquenil hydroxychloroquine has long been the go to drug that their doctors prescribe. It is often the first line of attack before other more aggressive therapies are added such as methotrexate or rituximab that have bigger impacts on the immune system.

     
  6. Katich Well-Known Member

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