Plaquenil lupus hair loss

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    Plaquenil lupus hair loss


    But then I read about Plaquenil and its side effects and really freaked out. Would appreciate any insight if you have it if you've ever been on this drug and any comments you care to share.

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    After the first couple months I noticed that my hair was "shedding" a lot. When I brought the concern up to my rheumatologist he said that the hair loss was "probably" due to lupus itself & not the result of taking plaquenil! I found his response strange given the fact that I wasn't losing hair prior to taking plaquenil. For the last 18 months, my hair has been thinning. Then my doctor found I had lupus. He will put me on Plaquenil soon, which he says may help the hair grow back. I have read frequent comments online that Plaquenil causes hair loss. Will Plaquenil help my hair grow in or cause it to fall out more? Jul 18, 2018 There are two types of hair loss involved in lupus according to research scarring and non-scarring. Non-scarring hair loss is the result of inflammation. Inflammation — which is a hallmark symptom of lupus — is often widespread. When it develops around the scalp and hair follicles, hair loss can occur.

    He suggested my complex autoimmune disease along with my hypothyroidism (which is being monitored and medicated) are most likely the cause (and genetics, of course, like duh….). Best, (name deleted) hi there- Good to hear from you. My dermatologist had suggested Rogaine but my rheum said I'll be stuck on it for life (and it's expensive) and it only works "less than 60% of the time" according to its own website.

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  3. Hair loss is different for each person with Lupus. Some experience it and others don't. My sister and I both have it and it affects us both very differently. Her's is severe and affects her blood, mine I say is not severe only affects a certain part of my spine and also hair loss. With or without medication. My sister has never lost any hair.

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    Thanks so much for the reply, it makes sense and it is the lupus. Hope it is a good night for u. I am a lot better today with the new water pill and neurontin. Have lost about 5 pounds overnight, and my pain is better! Thanks for your Reply! I have been loosing hair like crazy. I am wondering if this has been a problem for others. I read that it can be a side effect of Plaquenil. But this started before I was on the medicine. DX was on 8/6 drug induced Lupus So I'm wondering if it is a symptom of the lupus. Has anyone had this. Systematic lupus – If the hair loss is caused due to systematic lupus, then it is known as telogen effluvium. It is basically caused due to severe illness that flares up the inflammation on the scalp and face. In systematic lupus, you may observe hair loss to be most pronounced in the frontal area of the scalp.

     
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    Reader Question Plaquenil Exam Ohio Subscriber Answer Plaquenil is the trade name for hydroxychloroquine, a medication used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. It can have adverse effects on the lens and/or retina and, therefore, the primary care physician or rheumatologist treating the condition refers the patient to an ophthalmologist for monitoring ocular changes.

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