Chloroquine and itching skin

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    Chloroquine and itching skin


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    I started taking hydroxychloroquine plaquenil generic a little over three weeks ago after being diagnosed with lupus sle. For the past couple of weeks I have had areas of itchy skin without a rash. One minute an area on my foot is itchy, then an area on my arm, hand, chest, etc. Most of the patients described were African or of African descent with dark skin who had been exposed to the sun. One was a Hispanic patient who developed vitiligo-like skin depigmentation after 1 month of chloroquine therapy for cutaneous lupus erythematosus. The skin rapidly repigmented after discontinuation of chloroquine therapy. PLEASE HELP! I have been on Plaquenil well the generic form-- hydroxychloroquine since October, and for the past about 2 weeks, I have been SEVERELY skin turns red, and it feels like something is biting me.

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    Chloroquine and itching skin

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    In some African countries, up to 70 percent of the population develops itch from chloroquine, which causes many people to stop taking it. Only between 5 and 20 percent of the skin’s sensory nerves are sensitive to itch, and one group of them has histamine receptors that can be blocked by antihistamines to stop the itch. Jul 30, 2019 Most of the patients described were African or of African descent with dark skin who had been exposed to the sun. One was a Hispanic patient who developed vitiligo-like skin depigmentation after 1 month of chloroquine therapy for cutaneous lupus erythematosus. The skin rapidly repigmented after discontinuation of chloroquine therapy. My skin is itchy and I take medication with the side affect of growing a lot of hair on my face and arms which does not make it better. I had a wax job done and I broke out into a rash on my face. My Doctor told me to use dove soap to clean my face and Neutrogena for moisture.

     
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