Plaquenil and voice issues

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  1. ArturBer Moderator

    Plaquenil and voice issues

    It does not work against certain types of malaria (chloroquine-resistant). The United States Center for Disease Control provides updated guidelines and travel recommendations for the prevention and treatment of malaria in different parts of the world.

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    Sep 24, 2010 I was taking plaquenil and had some paid in my hand that my dr said was not usually where ra was - the very first joint by the fingers. It seemed to feel better with lessened dosage and I am off it now and still have some pain in hands - my dr did not mention that but the less I took the better my hands felt This itself can cause some problems with the voice. I was diagnosed years later with Hashimotos or autoimmune thyroid disease. This can cause the swelling in the vocal chords also. Another problem that can affect the voice and cause the hoarseness and pain is the lack of saliva plus reflux disease that is common in people with Sjogrens. Plaquenil eye problems. Posted by Wesbig @wesbig, Jul 25, 2016. I was wondering if anyone experienced blurry vision on Plaquenil. I have been on Plaquenil for about a month. Every now and then I notice some of the words on the television are blurry, then there are other times my eyes are fine. Should this be a big concern?

    This medication is also used, usually with other medications, to treat certain auto-immune diseases (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis) when other medications have not worked or cannot be used. Discuss the most recent information with your doctor before traveling to areas where malaria occurs.

    Plaquenil and voice issues

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  5. Refill all of your meds, but especially that plaquenil. Yes, it is being considered a potential preferred treatment for mild-moderate COVID-19. If symptoms become severe, then you should be in the hospital receiving other therapies as well. Some suggested treatment plans are along the lines of 800mg loading dose, then 400-600mg daily.

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    • How Lupus Affects the Lungs Johns Hopkins Lupus Center.

    Make sure you tell your doctor if you have any other medical problems, especially Allergy to 4-aminoquinoline compounds eg, chloroquine—Should not be used in patients with this condition. Blood or bone marrow problems or. Diabetes or. Eye or vision problems or. Muscle problems or. Nerve problems or. Side Effects Nausea, stomach cramps, loss of appetite, diarrhea, dizziness, or headache may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor or pharmacist promptly. Remember. I have been on plaquenil for six months but had to halve the dose because of stomach problems. Things have settled down a bit now but ever since the plaquenil has been in my system my hearing, which used to be excellent and was the only bit of me that DID work properly, has become kinda muffled and unclear.

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