Hydroxychloroquine recurrent miscarriage

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  1. astramovich Well-Known Member

    Hydroxychloroquine recurrent miscarriage

    sso-checked=true I'm six weeks pregnant and jumped in this convo because I had just read a study where in some t ypes of APA's, Lovenox and Bany Aspirin are not enough. If we can't afford IVIG and insurance (of course) will not cover it, would Plaquenil be beneficial as well for those specific antibodies? I was borderline positive on a few and positive for one of the Lupus anticoagulants.

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    Mar 30, 2016 You need to be aware that none of the following activities cause you recurrent miscarriages. Having a shock or fright during pregnancy. Exercise during pregnancy. Working that involves sitting or standing for long periods. Having sex during pregnancy. Traveling by air. Eating spicy food. He anyone been prescribed or taken hydroxychloroquine or plaquenil? It's been used for recurrent miscarriage and immune issues. I am taking it as well as intralipids to see if it helps but I wonder if it as effective at lowering immunes Regarding recurrent miscarriage in women with high titers of antiphospholipid but without any other previous clinical event listed in the antiphospholipid syndrome, the benefit of antithrombotic treatment remains controversial negative results of the HepASA trial and hydroxychloroquine has never been assessed, although retrospective studies.

    I would be very suspect for anti paternal HLA antibodies here which are not necessarily 'auto" abs, and IVIG and lovenox and prednisone would be the best treatments. First I can make no recommendations without a thorough history and evaluation of your case.

    Hydroxychloroquine recurrent miscarriage

    Antiphospholipid Syndrome during pregnancy the state of the art, Had anyone used plaquenil or hydroxychloroquine 1

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    Dear ladies, I'm looking for your help, thoughts or experiences with latest or alternative treatments for recurrent miscarriage please. I've had 3 missed miscarriages, all occurring at 8 weeks and after a healthy heartbeat has been detected. Without any pharmacologic treatment, the live birth rate would reach only 10% in women suffering from APS with recurrent miscarriage 5. Looking for other medications that would decrease risk of thrombosis, Hydroxychloroquine HCQ was historically evaluated to play this role. Recurrent miscarriage RM defined by =3 consecutive losses affects 1% of fertile couples. Most women have recurrent early loss with a failure of development before 10 weeks' gestation. Standard investigations fail to reveal any apparent cause in 50% of couples. No study has.

  6. tzertis New Member

    Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) belongs to a group of medicines called quinolines. Hydroxychloroquine DermNet NZ Can plaquenil change blood test results?
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    Plaquenil Toxicity - Symptoms, Treatment, Risk Factors. If the patient manifests the toxicity symptoms of Plaquenil, the standard of care is to stop taking the medication and to change the medication the patient is taking. Possible coordination with the dermatologist or the rheumatologist may be required for the continuous care. Ammonium chloride may be given for serious sensitivity or overdosage.

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