Plaquenil and blood sugar

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    Plaquenil and blood sugar


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    Plaquenil does lower blood sugar. I found that out shortly after I began taking it. And from my endocrinologist. Please eat a healthy diet, frequent small meals throughout the day, and make sure you have an adequate protein to carbohydrate ratio in your meals. I always make sure I have yogurt on hand just in case my sugar dips too low. If experienced, these tend to have a Severe expression. Abnormal Liver Function Tests. Acute Liver Failure. Acute Pustular Eruptions On Skin. Bronchospasm. Decreased Blood Platelets. Decreased White Blood Cells. Deficiency Of Granulocytes A Type Of White Blood Cell. One of the sjoggies there who is diabetic noted that her blood sugars were consistently lower after she began taking Plaquenil hydroxychloroquine. Hydroxychloriquine is a disease modifying anti rheumatic drug DMARD commonly used as a first-line medication in the treatment of Sjogren's syndrome and other autoimmune diseases.

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    Plaquenil and blood sugar

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  3. I found some literature that says that plaquenil can lower your blood sugar, but the stuff I found only mentioned reductions of about 5 mg/dl. Has anyone here had problems with blood sugar that was.

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    Well, the combination of high sugar levels and SLE is a one two punch to the kidneys. It is very important that you keep your sugar under control. Very hard to control the lupus, but the sugar you have more ability to help with diet and exercise and meds. Taking steroids will play havoc on your sugar levels. Dec 31, 2017 Plaquenil makes me feel like my stomach is turning inside out and I swear I can feel it heating up the blood in my veins. I felt hypoglycemic when I took it without food or with just light carbs. Take care and be sure to inform your doctor of what occurred. After consulting Dr. Google seems like it was probably low blood sugar, which is apparently a rare side effect. I called my doctor and described my symptoms and she told me to stop taking the Plaquenil and see how I feel in a week.

     
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