Hcqs In Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Rek Says:


Am 24 years old and suspected to be with rheumatoid arthritis. am also having the history with hyper mobility. doc prescribed to take HCQS 200mg along with zempred and osteofit capsule for a period of one month. Am really worried about the side effects. confused a lot and depressed. what are the side effects i may get and what is the level of chances of recovery from RA through these medicines.



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San Says:

Hi I am 27 years .. I have ITP since 4 years... Initially I was diagnosed with a platelet count of 6000.. During which i was given high dosage of steriods along with IVIG .. Then there was increase in my platelet count.. But from then on til date the platelet count is varying from 17000 to 50000.. Although initially for about one and half year's I took medicines including steriods.. Later on for about a year I tried Ayurvedic medicines.. But nothing worked out.. So I was really frusturated and stopped with all the medicines since a year I am not taking any medicines .. Last week i had a check on the count . And presently I am having platelet count of 26000.. And my ANA profile is showing a result has Positive (3+,speckled) . Now i think my doctor may put me on HCQ.. Does this have any side effects.. And I am married a year back.. And we are planning for a kid.. And now I am really concerned about my problem.. If this problem of mine(ITP) has any effects for conceving or getting pregnant.. Please some body suggest me for a better treatement for ITP..

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San Says:

Is there any perement cure for ITP and Rheumatoid arthritis?? Is yes please suggest me what kind of treatement should be taken ??

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Ahmet Says:

In some articles I have encountered that gluten sensitivity could be culprit for both rheumatoid arthritis and itp. Some other side effects of gluten sensitivitsy are hair loss, weak finger nails and eczema.

May be you can deepen your search if you have gluten sensitivity or not.

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