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... It's considered a mild and very safe drug. Unlike the stronger meds in the arsenal, meaning steroids and immune suppressants, Plaquenil "modulates" the immune system without "suppressing" it, which is good indeed. ... (10 replies)
... All this had been going on for months. At that visit, the rheum gave me a prednisone injection and started me on plaquenil 400 mg daily. The prednisone was absolutely miraculous! ... (10 replies)
... mL scale so anything over 10 was labled as high I had a 13 at that time. The prednisone and plaquenil did help just not enough until I had moved. Once I moved I felt a huge difference and since I did feel better I had stopped taking them. ... (4 replies)

... serious side effects so we went back to the Rheum. ... (10 replies)
... Plaquenil is my miracle. I love it more than anything. It's gives me my energy back most of the time and helps my pain. I don't understand recurring side effects but I am willing to deal with it. ... (15 replies)
... Why would the side effects of plaquenil recur after having a new prescription filled? ... (15 replies)
... So, I went online to see what the side effects were. ... (4 replies)
... but once my body got used to it, it's been great....I guess everyone is just different....I'm glad to hear you're having less side effects!! Best wishes!! ... (10 replies)
... Btw, I've resumed Plaquinel with out side effects which is good. I shall ask for a repeat prescription, and string it out until summer ends! ... (10 replies)
... Supplements, I just looked up LODINE. One of the side effects listed for LODINE is "black and tarry stools". Hmmmm? ... (10 replies)
... to come back. He did not seem to know anything about my allergy, or any side effects, or why I was even on the drug. ... (10 replies)
... t started taking it at night, and after about a week of upset stomach in the evening, I am now just fine. I take a lot of different prescriptions, and find that side effects are much less when taken at night. ... (10 replies)
... Okay, so I have been taking Plaquenil since May 1st. So that's what, 27 days? ... (0 replies)
... my bowels don't work right. Plaquenil made them work just fine. I think I need that actually. Maybe why I gain weight so easy cause I don't get anything back out. LOL. ... (15 replies)
... Never, I'd question Keflex, because I think its #1 side effect is diarrhea, which can cause dehydration. You could call your dr. to verify and also review what signs to watch for. As a small child, I was given massive antibiotics (don't even know why, it was so many years ago), and ended up in a children's hospital twice before the drs. there figured out they were causing... (15 replies)
... diarrhea stopped and I am still dropping the weight. But the weight loss didn't start until I refilled my new prescription for plaquenil. I've heard before that plaquenil causes weight loss. This is like wow though. ... (15 replies)
... I take plaquenil by itself and a little later take my Keflux and Nexium. I am also using Ibuprofen, Aspirin, and over the counter sleeping pills. ... (15 replies)
... I actually had a problem taking Celexa and plaquenil at the same time in the morning. I had the same issue you're dealing with. ... (15 replies)
... It's the plaquenil causing watery diarrhea. Nothing else is wrong. Losing water from your bowel movements causes weight loss. I need the weight loss so it's not really a bad thing. ... (15 replies)
... I thought you said Plaquenil was your salvation. I don't think you've been on it long enough to get the full benefits from it. Hope things get better for you. ... (15 replies)


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