Review: could Lutein cause Acne rosacea (Rosacea)?
Summary: there is no Acne rosacea reported by people who take Lutein yet.
We study 804 people who have side effects while taking Lutein from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Acne rosacea and more.
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Lutein has active ingredients of lutein. It is often used in macular degeneration. (latest outcomes from 851 Lutein users)
Acne rosacea (acne with rosacea- skin disease) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, rosacea, osteopenia, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol. (latest reports from 2,819 Acne rosacea patients)
On Jan, 10, 2015: No report is found
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- What does a methotrexate rash look like? a cytarabine rash? if either of these chemos is responsible for my rash, what does it indicate about appropriate therapies going forward?
Treated for Stage 1 Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma in 2009 and had only 4 courses of Chemo vs the usual 6 due to a rash that showed up on Day 14 of the 4th cycle. At end of treatment and 1 year following PET scan was negative.
Diagnosed in April 2013 with Burkitt Lymphoma. Negative for HIV-AIDS, Epstein-Barr, liver disease. Active nodes on both sides of diaphragm but brain MRI and bone marrow negative. Have received HYPER-CVAD therapy courses 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B. On day 4 of 2B course showed a flat rash mostly on forearms & lower abdomen with some involvement of chest, neck, and back. Not really itchy but sensitive if rubbed by clothing. No fever. Diarrhea, but diarrhea has followed every chemo course usually starting Day 5 and continuing for 2 or 3 days. So far, doctor has not commented on whether methotrexate, cytarabine, or something else used to treat side effects might be causing the rash, but does say it looks like a drug rash.
On Day 11 of this chemo course my platelets & hemoglobin were low enough to require transfusions of platelets and 2 units of blood. WBC and ANC profoundly low despite having had a Neulasta shot on Day 4.
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