Would you have Enteritis infectious when you have Henoch-schonlein purpura?
Summary: there is no Enteritis infectious reported by people with Henoch-schonlein purpura yet.
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Henoch-schonlein purpura (inflammation of the blood vessels in the skin and other body organs) (latest reports from 1,973 Henoch-schonlein Purpura patients)
Enteritis infectious (infection with feline parvovirus (fpv), also known as feline panleucopenia virus) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, crohn's disease, high blood cholesterol. (latest reports from 549 Enteritis infectious patients)
On Jan, 10, 2015: No report is found.
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- Has anyone else acquired ecthyma as they were getting over henoch schonlein purpura?
My 11 year old daughter came down with Henoch Schonlein Purpura in September of 2013, following a sore throat. We thought maybe the throat is what caused the purpura, but she also had a black type of wound on her knee that could have very well been a spider bite, so we are not sure which of the two caused it. After months of battling and then horrid ulcers forming everywhere on her legs she was diagnosed with Henoch Schonlein Purpura with bullous hemorrhagic sores. I thought that it fit, but none of the pictures quite fit. So after going home and dealing with this and researching it for some time, we totally came to our own conclusion she did have HSP with Hemorrhagic Bullae, she had ecthyma, the pics and symptoms and way it healed all matched perfectly. Now most of them healed on their own leaving terrible, some crater type scarred areas and very dark in color. Pretty much deep brown/purple coloring in each healed ulcer. She also had necrotic tissue and eschars when the infection was at it's worst. So now the HSP has been long gone and it's now February of 2014 and she has one persistent ulcer that I am happy to report is finally making some progress, it was her largest one and it would shrink down to only needing a tiny band aid then get all the way back to half dollar size again. It is a vicious infection. At the children's hospital where she was admitted two different times for long periods of time, the learning docs were fascinated by her condition and not only the new docs but some really experienced veterans. When rounds took place, my daughter had an audience of 20-30 docs just in her room, so I know it's rare, for both to happen together. Anyhow, I just want to hear of anyone else who has even a nearly similar story! Is there anyone out there? As for the drug list, she is on nothing now. She was on all these interchanging while her infection was full blown. The ecthyma caused her so much pain, way more than the pain she felt from the HSP.She also never took the prednisone, it was given to have as a precaution if she had severe vomiting from the HSP. She never did. She did have blood in her stool. She just seems to have been sick so much since all this started, one cold after the other, she will complain her "pee" hurts one day and the next it will be okay. I just don't know which end is up for the kid and always worry about her kidneys because of the HSP. I am rambling now, any similarities? Someone please?
- Can henoch schonlein purpura cause depression after being healed 5 years later?
Hi, my husband was contracted with henoch schonlein purpura in 2008, he was serious and in ICU for 3 months. Since then he lives a normal life and has recovered very well. he is on HBP tablets and fluctuations of his kidney conditions occur now and then. He seems to have lost himself emotionally and is very depressed. has closed up on everyone in his life. could this be a cause of henoch schonlein purpura that is affecting him now?
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From this study (5 months ago):
bookerak on Aug, 14, 2014:
I took Pravastatin for 5 weeks. The usage was 40MG. Within a week of starting this drug developed severe joint pains in both hands. I stopped taking Pravastatin after 5 weeks. It has now been 5 weeks since I stopped. I have had pain for 10 weeks and no sign of any let up. My doctor says I might have contracted Parvovirus. I saw some literature on the internet about this but not much. Parvovirus has no antibotics to take. Doctor says it takes 3 to 6 months to get better. Anyone have any information on this that might be of use to me?
From this study (6 years ago):
HSP since February. Taken 5 mg x 8 tablets for 1 week, 5mg x 4 tablets for 2nd week and 5mg x 1 tablet for 3rd week. Patient became fat especially the face. Urine still has large volume of blood and ++ protein. Thanks
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