Tumors associated with plaquenil

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  1. HotSmisYmot Moderator

    Tumors associated with plaquenil


    I've been on Plaquenil for almost 2 wks now and I'm also taking Prednisone, could one of these be causing my extreme stomach cramps? 2 nights ago, I had a cheeseburger and mac and cheese and I thought I was going to die about 1 in the morning.

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    Plaquenil can cause serious side effects when used in high doses for chronic diseases such as RA over the long term. The New Zealand Dermatological Society recommends that to decrease the risk of retina damage, no more than 200mg of Plaquenil should be taken a day, and a dose of 400mg per day should be taken no longer than a few weeks. Hydroxychloroquine Plaquenil is considered a disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drug DMARD. It can decrease the pain and swelling of arthritis. It may prevent joint damage and reduce the risk of long-term disability. Hydroxychloroquine is in a class of medications that was first used to prevent and treat malaria. I've kinda noticed the same thing but I have a lactose intolerance. It wasn't as severe as it was when I was a child until I started Plaquenil. When I started Plaquenil almost 2 months ago I assumed the GI issues were a side effect and it would eventually go away but it hasn't. I'm going to bring it up to my rheumy when I see him.

    I had potato soup and a salad w/ ranch today for lunch, same thing, but not as bad... I felt like crap all over after eating it for a good 1/2 hour and now I made homemade pizza for dinner and I'm right back to cramps and really gassy. I ended up throwing up once and then I had diarrhea for a bit and then it passed once my system cleared.

    Tumors associated with plaquenil

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