Plaquenil and foot pain

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  1. nikarina5 Moderator

    Plaquenil and foot pain


    But you may not think much about them until they hurt. To get the right treatment, you need to know the problem. If your pain is in your heel, you may have plantar fasciitis.

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    Lower back or side painpainful or difficult urination •problems with memory •rapid weight gain •seeing double •sensation of pins and needles •shakiness and unsteady walk •sleepiness or unusual drowsiness •stabbing pain •swelling •tingling of the hands or feet •trembling, or other problems with muscle control or. Continued Ball of Foot Pain. Metatarsalgia. You feel this pain and inflammation in the ball of your foot. Ill-fitting shoes are the usual cause. But you might get it from strenuous activity, such. I'm currently taking plaquenil and tramadol, but am having so much pain in my feet, ankles, knees and wrists. I've tried heat, ice, massage, motrin, etc. and nothing seems to help. Does someone have a secret remedy to deal with this pain?

    Usually, it hurts the worst in the morning when you’re getting out of bed. To treat it: Heel spurs are another source of foot pain. That’s an irritation or inflammation of the band of tough tissue connecting the heel bone to the toes.

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  5. It started off as excruciating pain and swelling in my ankles and wrists, but every time I'd manage to get a doctor’s appointment, it would be gone. I think it was one of those things where it was a bit of a grey area for them. “I'd done some research about arthritis myself, and they just kept telling me I was too young.

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    Find information about common, infrequent and rare side effects of Plaquenil Oral. Joint or muscle pain; large, hive-like swelling on the face, eyelids, lips, tongue, throat, hands, legs, feet, and sex organs; loss of hearing; lower back or side pain; noisy breathing; painful or difficult urination; red irritated eyes; red skin lesions, often with a purple center; severe mood or mental changes Talk to your doctor about this, but my guess is that the Plaquenil is not doing anything to cause the pain, but rather that it is not doing enough to prevent it. It sounds like your RA has probably gotten a bit out of control, relative, to your current treatment, and Plaquenil is not a particularly potent drug when it comes to managing joint pain.

     
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    The risk of antimalarials in patients with renal failure Aug 04, 2007 Chloroquine and proguanil, used alone or together, are the most commonly utilised drugs in prophylaxis against malaria. It is advised that prophylaxis must start 1 week before travel into an endemic area and should be continued for 4 weeks after return. The recommended dose of chloroquine for an adult is 300 mg once weekly and proguanil 200 mg once daily. 1

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