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Plaquenil could prevent kidney damage

Discussion in 'Lupus News, Awareness and Research' started by Clare.T, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. Clare.T

    Clare.T Registered

  2. Maia

    Maia Registered

    That's great news, makes me more mad than ever I was taken off it for 1.5 years by my former rheumatologist!
  3. Joandublin

    Joandublin Registered

    Thanks for finding that Clare. It is an excellent reference for anyone whose docs want to take them off Plaquenil without any good cause.

  4. greenhaggis

    greenhaggis Registered

    Brilliant Clare,

    I have put this in my favourites for future reference!

    Even with my suspected problems taking Plaquenil - I wont stop taking it, as there are so many benefits for SLE.


  5. Lily

    Lily Registered

    Good find Clare!

  6. Katharine

    Katharine Registered

    Good find Clare;

    My rheumy no longer seems to want to take me off anything but hopefully her head of service who is a member of the ACR will have read this in any case. All we need now are all these nuggets in French :lol:

  7. neongirl

    neongirl Registered

    :)Awesome article Clare! Thanks for posting it
  8. Surferboy

    Surferboy Registered

    Thanks for that Clare.

    It makes me wonder why my on earth my Rhumy has decided to take me off Plaquenil!!
  9. marymackay

    marymackay Registered

    plaqueni help

    Thanks Clare

    At least I have had Plaquenil since Sep last year with a d/x of lupus like symptoms. But I've had kidney problems all my life, and only now have seen urologist, now to see renal physician and others specialists.

    But sad that my dad died of hardening arteries, etc, prostate and kidney cancer operation, dying at 59 only 4 months later. At least I've have reached that age. Come on further d/x.

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