Hair loss on hydroxychloroquine when does the hair grow back

Discussion in 'Plaquenil' started by Frozen, 15-Mar-2020.

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    Hair loss on hydroxychloroquine when does the hair grow back


    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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    Sep 25, 2004 I was on plaquenil about 5 years ago and my hair was falling out and am now on it again and the same is happening. My hairdresser said that, although my hair was falling out, new hair was growing back. I was able to see this particularly around my temples. Also, when I stopped taking plaquenil to change to Sulphasalazine, my hair returned to. Growing Back that Gorgeous Head of Hair. mostly because I complained of recent onset of thinning/loss of hair which is freaking me out. But then I read about Plaquenil and its side effects and really freaked out. I used it the first time and it helped so much I used it again and my hair is growing back quite quickly. This time I also hit. Sep 15, 2018 Lupus can cause the hair on your scalp to gradually thin out, although a few people lose clumps of hair. Loss of eyebrow, eyelash, beard and body hair also is possible. In most cases, your hair will grow back when your lupus is treated. But some people with lupus develop round discoid lesions on the scalp.

    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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  7. Apr 25, 2019 The Alopecia is reversible when you discontinue taking Plaquenil. Just be patient and maybe get a shampoo containing Minoxidil to help it along. Use a soft bristled hair brush to stimulate your scalp. Brushing lightly and often won’t cause any hair to fall out that wasn’t going to anyway and it helps with hair regrowing.

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    Menopause and Hair Loss - Will It Grow Back? Hair loss during menopause is a natural phenomenon that leaves the majority of women above 35 years old very stressed. Others keep wondering if the menopausal hair loss can end or not. Being on iron and B vitamins no matter what the blood tests say about levels has pretty much settled my hair down. As hair loss was a listed side effect of hydroxychloroquine I wanted to check. My hair loss 20 years ago was put down to anemia but no cause was found for the anemia. If I’m on iron it’s mostly ok, if I stop it falls out. Yes, I have a little experience with placquenil and a lot of experience with hair loss and, happy to say, hair regrowth. Placquenil. You probably know this but it's an antimalarial and they don't know why it works on lupus, but it does help with skin and joint problems, so they use it.

     
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    Plaquenil, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), is an anti-malarial medication that has been proven to be useful in the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and other inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN EYES WITH HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE. Hydroxychloroquine - Side Effects, Dosage, Interactions. The Risk of Retinal Toxicity with Plaquenil - Sjogren's
     
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    Plaquenil for UCTD - Autoimmune diseases - Inspire Just started a week ago- supposed to take a month of 2 to kick in- but so far so good. I couldn't live without plaquenil and wholeheartedly recommend it- don't be afraid to try it because it could make a huge difference for you like it did for me.

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