Hcqs 200 Mg

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I have been diagnosed with polymyalgia rheumatica. Why is HCQS 200 mg prescribed for me along with Defcort 6 mg.

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Verwon Says:

HCQS stands for the medication Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate, it has proven effective at reducing inflammation for arthritic conditions.

Some of the most common side effects may include: nausea, diarrhea, headache and reduced appetite.

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Verwon Says:

Defcort contains Prednisolone, this is a steroid, which is also used to help reduce the inflammation.

Both of these medications are intended to slow the inflammation and worsening of your condition.

Some of the most common side effects for this can also include: nausea, drowsiness, edema and weight gain.

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santosh Says:

hcqs and prednisolone, ana and positive dna

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mana Says:

i am RA factor postive guy. my anti ccp level is so high that its 154 instead of <15. but my ESR rate is 12 which is normal (5-15 is range), c-reactive protein s <0.6 which is said to be normal, i like to take hcqs 400mg, can i take this medicine, is it steroid if i take for 10 days, will it have very worst effect in future? pls help me

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durga Says:

i have a stiff back since last 20 years. I'm hlab 27 positive. i'm now taking Folitrax 7.5 once in a week. But recently another doctor has given of HCQS 200. I'm confused . Please help.

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Shyama Says:
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I m an sle patient from 17 years & taking hcqs 200 mg twice a week. How long i have to take it?

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Stebin Says:
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I am an 18-year-old male who's been taking hcqs for a while and I noticed a darkening pigmentation of my face. How can I prevent this?

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Betsy Says:
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Re: santosh (# 3)

Please explain, as I too have this condition as yet untreated

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