Rash is found among people who take Enbrel, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for 1 - 6 months, also take medication Methotrexate, and have Rheumatoid arthritis . We study 172,328 people who have side effects while taking Enbrel from FDA and social media. Among them, 4,936 have Rash. Find out below who they are, when they have Rash and more.
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Enbrel has active ingredients of etanercept. It is often used in rheumatoid arthritis. (latest outcomes from Enbrel 172,634 users)
Rash has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, fever, pain, drug ineffective, weakness (latest reports from 142,136 Rash patients).
On Jul, 29, 2016
172,328 people reported to have side effects when taking Enbrel.
Among them, 4,936 people (2.86%) have Rash
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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A rash suddenly started to appear on my face (mostly forehead) around 6 months ago. It's red with tiny bumps in various spots, and some larger pimple-like bumps have recently started to appear. It was diagnosed as seborrheic dermatitis. It's not classic seborrheic dermatitis in that it doesn't itch and isn't flaking at all. I've been experimenting, and am hoping someone here has some experience that will be helpful to me. I have oily skin that I wash twice daily, once with a salicylic acid scrub, and once with Cetaphil lotion. I was prescribed (generic) Lotrisone and Ketoconazole by a dermatologist. He strongly favored Ketoconazole, but it doesn't help and actually seems to cause pimples and to make it spread. Lotrisone keeps it under control, but the rash returns as soon as I stop using it. I discovered recently that sun exposure can clear it up completely without medication. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Am I stuck with this (and using a steroid cream) for the rest of my life, or is there something like a "cure" or effective over-the-counter treatment that doesn't involve steroids? I'll try to upload a photo of what it looked like before I started to treat it (after a period of experimenting with Ketoconazole-only for 2 weeks, it's currently much worse). I'm a 63-year-old male in good health with Mediterranean ancestry. Thanks ahead of time.
I had a lobectomy. The results showed I had Bronchiesctasis, not cancer. Before surgery, I had been on Enbrel for several years. When that stopped working I started Stelara. My psoriasis has returned with an angry vengence and I wanted to start one of the new biologics out now. Is this a ...
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enbrel irritability anyone? Hi I'm 39 male . enbrel once a week works great for my RA knee.. I have tired, weakness, stomach issues , hair thinning and other random stuff . but whats up with the crazy irritability the day after ? sometimes two?
I was diagnosed with RA four years ago and taking Enbrel injections twice weekly. I have now developed three kidney stones. I had 5 ESWL which reduced the size of stone in right kidney but I am extremely sore now around the kidney area. I am booked in to commence ESWL on 2nd stone in other ...
I started taking Enbrel 6 months ago for psoriatic arthritis. Within 1 month of taking it - my period stopped. Have been taking the birth control pill due to ovarian cysts for 6 years. My age is 46 which automatically makes any doctor say Menopause. Have been to the OBGYN and had all kinds ...
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