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Review: could Temovate cause Macroglobulinemia of waldenstrom?

Summary: there is no Macroglobulinemia of waldenstrom reported by people who take Temovate yet. We study 287 people who have side effects while taking Temovate from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Macroglobulinemia of waldenstrom and more.

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Temovate

Temovate has active ingredients of clobetasol propionate. (latest outcomes from 287 Temovate users)

Macroglobulinemia of waldenstrom

Macroglobulinemia of waldenstrom (cancer affecting b cells, a type of white blood cell) (latest reports)

On May, 13, 2015: No report is found

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  • widownow on Apr, 1, 2015:

    My husband(now deceased) was on coumadin because of heart disease(CHF). He was against taking it but was told it was necessary. He had comorbidity of copd and was also using a nebulizer for that. He was also on oxygen. He was, actually, doing well and was going out with pals and feeling well until he started taking the coumadin. His hemoglobin started getting low and his red blood cell count was getting to a dangerously low level. The dr. ordered a blood transfusion but it only helped for a short time (days). A month or so later he lost the hearing in his left ear. Finally the dr. sent him to a hematologist and he was diagnosed (after a hospital stay and many tests) with waldenstroms macrogloulinemia. It is why he lost his hearing. He felt as did I that had he not been taking the blood thi$nner that he would not have developed this blood cancer. Of course he had chemo and it did bring his blood counts to nearly normal levels. Also he stopped taking the blood thinner when he was dxed with the cancer. But we still both felt it was brought on by it. He passed away from CHF a year later. He was 81 yrs old when he passed..79 when dxed with cancer. We lived in Chicago.

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