Plaquenil and oral thrush

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  1. gregNET New Member

    Plaquenil and oral thrush

    They are most common among people with weak immune systems. People with certain health conditions may need to take medications with side effects that can weaken your immune system and put you at risk for fungal infections.

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    It sounds as though you may be experiencing a rare drug reaction to Plaquenil called an "Oral lichenoid drug eruption." should talk with your doctor. Oral thrush or simply “thrush” is a yeast infection caused by Candida. While uncomfortable, a thrush infection isn’t necessarily contagious. The yeast can spread from person to person, but. Thrush or yeast overgrowths in the stomach or vaginal yeast infections are VERY common in those of us with lupus or UCTD, fibro. For some reason our immune systems like to produce all that crap. I've found that taking a daily acidophilus suppliment the good stomach bacteria that fights yeast.

    Fungal infections can range from mild to life-threatening. Specifically, corticosteroids and TNF (tumor necrosis factor) inhibitors are two types of medications that can increase your chances of getting a fungal infection.

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  3. To diagnose oral thrush, your doctor or dentist may Examine your mouth to look at the lesions. Take a small scraping of the lesions to examine under a microscope. If needed, do a physical exam and certain blood tests to identify any possible underlying medical condition that may be the cause of oral thrush.

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    Hi, thought it might be of interest to you, i have just had a recent check up, and have been diagnosed with sjgens dont think it is spelt like that it effects the bodies linings, dry eyes, mouth, stomache,etc I have been getting oral thrush and have never had it before, and apparently it can be linked to this, which in turn is also linked to Lupus. Thrush oropharyngeal candidiasis is a medical condition in which a yeast-like fungus called Candida albicans overgrows in the mouth and throat.; Thrush may be triggered to occur by a variety of factors, including illness, pregnancy, medications, smoking, or dentures. Thrush in newborns and infants is common and usually not harmful. Just went to webmd. and typed in metallic taste in mouth and its called burning mouth syndrome. you can go there and check it out. its in the oral health center. says could be from oral thrush,diabetes, dry mouth, acid reflux, in women during and after menopause. very interesting. hope this helps.

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    This article focuses upon hydroxychloroquine retinopathy. Chloroquine was originally used as an anti-malarial therapeutic. Retinal toxicity secondary to Plaquenil therapy - ScienceDirect New Plaquenil Guidelines - RETINA PEARLS Monitoring for Hydroxychloroquine Retinal Toxicity
  6. ma-x-us Well-Known Member

    Recurrent Fever - When It’s a Virus, When It’s Something More Dec 04, 2013 Luckydaisy My daughter has had recurrent fevers since she was seven months old. She is now four and one half years old. All of her fevers occur with sore throat, white spots on the throat, and stomach pain. Half of the time she experiences vomiting. These fevers have periodicity, and come in two- or four-week spurts.

    Does anyone know if you have to be weaned off Plaquenil? I've.