Would you have Rash (Rashes) when you have Ankylosing spondylitis?
Summary: Rash is found among people with Ankylosing spondylitis, especially people who are female, 40-49 old, also have Pain, and take medication Humira.
We study 625 people who have Rash (Rashes) and Ankylosing spondylitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Ankylosing spondylitis (type of arthritis affecting the spine) can be treated by Humira, Enbrel, Remicade, Sulfasalazine, Celebrex, Methotrexate Sodium. (latest reports from Ankylosing Spondylitis 20,922 patients)
Rash (redness) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, osteoporosis, depression.(latest reports from Rash 150,227 patients)
On Nov, 27, 2014: 631 people who have ankylosing spondylitis and Rash are studied.
Gender of people who have ankylosing spondylitis and experienced Rash * :
Age of people who have ankylosing spondylitis and experienced Rash * :
Severity of the symptom * :
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Top co-existing conditions for these people * :
- Pain (55 people, 8.72%)
- Spondylitis (44 people, 6.97%)
- Hypertension (38 people, 6.02%)
- Rheumatoid arthritis (27 people, 4.28%)
- Vitamin supplementation (27 people, 4.28%)
- Arthritis (26 people, 4.12%)
- Gastric disorder (23 people, 3.65%)
- Prophylaxis (22 people, 3.49%)
- Blood cholesterol increased (21 people, 3.33%)
- Hypothyroidism (20 people, 3.17%)
Most common drugs used by these people * :
- Humira (279 people, 44.22%)
- Enbrel (248 people, 39.30%)
- Remicade (181 people, 28.68%)
- Methotrexate (98 people, 15.53%)
- Sulfasalazine (58 people, 9.19%)
- Prednisolone (53 people, 8.40%)
- Folic acid (41 people, 6.50%)
- Prednisone (35 people, 5.55%)
- Omeprazole (34 people, 5.39%)
- Simponi (32 people, 5.07%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
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- How long does redness last after picato?
After 3 and a half weeks, I still have a huge red splotch on my face where I applied picato gel according to directions from my dermatologist. I'm very worried that it will be permanent. I had a huge water filled blister the morning after my first application of the gel. I used it two more times as directed. After a week, some of the redness was going away but I've seen no more improvement in the past two weeks. I'm still scaley, rough and red.
Has anyone else experience this? I went by the doctors office the first morning and was told it was as expected. I've called back and been told not to worry. I see the dr in two more weeks, but for now, I'm quite upset that permanent damage has been done. I was not warned at all that this could happen. The photos in the medication packaging led me to believe that in 3 weeks, all redness would be gone. Info needed for sure. Please let me know. Thanks
- I used coartem and developed redish all over my body. can coartem cause rashes
i developed rashes which is itching me after using coartem for three days. also having sensation in my mouth and blister at the angle of my lips. could it be a side effect from coartem?
- Has anybody had multi lobar pneumonia from reaction to methotrexate?
Bilateral multilobar pneumonia - rheumatologist considers it was caused by a reaction to methotrexate I was taking for ankylosing spondylitis and I was lucky to survive. Anyone have this and later shown to have scarring of the lungs?
- Has anyone had problems with blood work eg. elevated levels of lymphocytes?
Had further blood work done and nothing showed up? tested for viral infections mono hiv cmv toxoplasmosis all neg. surface immunophenotyping by flow cytometry done nothing there any answers here?
- Does ginger treats skin rashes?
i have skin rashes and i treated it with ginger is it right to treat to treat skin rashes with ginger?
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I began taking many NSAIDs when I was around 22. I've done gold, prednisone (twice), plaquenil, butazoidin, sulfasalazine, etc. My best results came with methotrexate after I got cellulitis in my knee (scratch it while kayaking in the summer, fiberglass boat). It dropped my sed rate from over 100 to 35 or so within a few months. I continued with MTX from 1977 to 2000 when my MD suggested Enbrel and stopping MTX. That was a VERY bad decision. Enbrel appeared to mask the disease for a few years. I had my left MCP replaced in 2004, my right heel debrided in 2010, and both my TMJs replaced in 2012. I strongly believe that if I had kept with the MTX it would have delayed those changes. Additionally, in 2011 I was in a bus crash returning from RAGBRAI. I got knocked out from three to six minutes. I had a nasty concussion that lasted 2+ years. Towards the end of the third year post accident I started exercising more aggressively. After doing several 40, 50, and 60 miles rides, I took a leisurely 50 mile ride around Boston at night. Two days later I had a spinal edema. So much for biking and other active sports! :-(
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I started prednisone again from the start of July. By mid-August I told my MD that I was screaming louder than I ever had; my dog was very startled. I stopped it gradually over the next two weeks. Meanwhile, the Otezla made me feel awful.
My MD is going to get me onto another injectable that I take monthly. I forget its name.
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