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Quinacrine Overview

Mepacrine, also called quinacrine or by the trade name Atabrine, is a medication with several uses. It is related to chloroquine and mefloquine. Although formerly available from compounding pharmacies, as of August 2020 it is unavailable in the United States.[1] Contents 1 Medical uses 2 Mechanism 3 History 3.1 Antiprotozoal 3.2 Anthelmintics 3.3 Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease 3.4 Non-surgical sterilization for women 3.5 Skin dye 4 See also 5 References 6 External links ...

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Getting results for lupus? Getting the side effects?

Has anyone found real help by adding this drug to treat Lupus SLE- or other autoimmune diseases? What about the side effects? Is your skin yellow? Is it upsetting your stomach badly? If so, are the side effects worth the difference it makes on your condition? ## Hi Cat, Although I personally don't take Quinacrine, I'd like to mention that it is really up to you to determine whether or not the medication is worth the risks and benefits. Reason being is that every medication is going to effect each person differently. So while one person may get great results and experience very little side effects, it could be an entirely different experience for you or someone else. This is the case with every other drug, whether it be pain killers or anti-depressants, so I think it's safe t...


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