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Posted 16 Jan 2016 by blaaccypher • 4 answers
Started me on the Prednisone as a precaution pretty high dose. I have been on it before for two years but not with Lexapro. Please help!!!
I believe I have autoimmune progesterone dermatitis and have suffered,,and that is an understatement
Posted 27 May 2016 by blisteredsince2010 • 0 answers
... since 2010,,, i am looking for anyone who has been diagnosed with apd,,after using the birth control pill jolivette
Posted 27 Feb 2016 by student55 • 0 answers
I am currently conducting an assignment (therefore this does not relate to my past history) and I am wondering if there has been any link found between patients who have toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) and diabetes mellitus? The patient I am studying is a 35 year old aboriginal male with signs of ...
Posted 11 Sep 2014 by minotoxic • 1 answer
I was being treated with minocycline, 100mg, twice a day for 1 1/2 years by a dermatologist for its' "anti-inflammatory effect". My legs turned blue and swollen; he performed no bloodwork nor did any tests. When I left his 'care' and stopped the medication, my skin on my ...
Posted 4 Mar 2013 by catlady63 • 1 answer
Posted 14 Feb 2011 by Masonsmom • 2 answers
I, also had mouth blisters (the beginnings of Stevens Johnson Syndrome((please forgive improper spelling)) ) when I took Lamictal. I also had an allergic reaction to Seroquel (throat closing). ALSO when I took Tegretol I had the beginnings of the blood platlet problem. SO, even though I have felt ...
Posted 19 Apr 2010 by herberth • 1 answer
Posted 9 Apr 2010 by Nyar • 2 answers
I had SJS about 8 years ago as a reaction to an antibiotic. If I have this history would it be dangerous for me to take Lamictal or would it have no effect? I am also taking Zoloft and Adderall, if that is relevant.
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