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Review: could Moringa oleifera cause Rash erythematous?





Summary: there is no Rash erythematous reported by people who take Moringa oleifera yet.

We study 4 people who have side effects while taking Moringa oleifera from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Rash erythematous and more.

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Moringa oleifera

Moringa oleifera has active ingredients of drumstick tree. (latest outcomes from Moringa oleifera 16 users)

Rash erythematous

Rash erythematous (redness of the skin) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, pain, depression.(latest reports from Rash erythematous 19,257 patients)

On Dec, 1, 2014: No report is found

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  • Recently suffered internal bleeding. Usual INR around 2.5 - 3.0. Hospital found INR to be 10.0. Only significant change in diet / habits are eating more salads, which should lower INR & beginning to take moringa oleifera diet supplement for weight loss. Need to know of any studies re interaction ...
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  • About a month after taking the drug my muscles got "floppy" all over, I couldn't even hold a cup. Took this drug for 3 months only. Then the rash started on my chest and back. Bright red, blisters, itchy, flaky skin, sun seems to inflame this rash. Had 5 skin biopsies all came back possible drug sid ...
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  • Switched from one generic that was half blue and half turquoise in color to a new generic by Sandoz that is half white and half tan in color: Patient took first thing in the morning and by noon started itching, upon inspection by her daughter at 6pm the patient has a moderate to severe red rash o ...
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  • Rash is only on face both cheeks by eyes temporal area forehead and more areas popping up lower jaw area. Started 8 weeks ago. Have eliminated facial lotion, make up, other drugs that may cause rash with no relief. No changes in detergent etc...
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  • The rash is only on my upper arms, it started about the time I was put on these medications. I do recall having the issue before those meds, but was on other anti-depressants at the time, one being Paxil, and can't remember the other one, it started w/ a "D"... both in combination treated Bi-polar. ...
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