Terbinafine and lupus

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Treated it with Terbinafine - two types, regular and extra strength. Turns out it wasn't ringworm and I ended up in emergency with a streptococcal infeciton. - After two weeks of recovery, infection cleared but two small pimple like spots appeared in the original site. Merged into one and itchy sore formed again. Second spot popped up like a blister on the back of my leg. Third spot emerged behind my knee. All in October.
The most common scalp conditions that may be causing this are tinea capitis which is a fungal infection, seborrheic dermatitis and discoid lupus. In your case, oral medications such as griseofulvin or terbinafine may be able to help. Was a test done to ascertain that this is indeed a fungal infection?
My GI doctor performed several endoscopies and said even though I have a Hiatal Hernia and reflux (only upright reflux -approx. 100 episodes during time spent in upright position and NO supine reflux) was present, it couldn't be acid making me burn because I take Protonix 2 x day. I can stave off the burning throat if I don't eat or drink, but when I do, no matter what it is, the horrible buring starts.
Be sure to purchase Lotrimin Ultra and not another Lotrimin product that may also contain a different form of hydrochloride (terbinafine) or clotrimazole. As butenafine hydrochloride will work faster and more effectively. Apply 1-2 times daily. Symptoms should subside within 2-3 days. Always wash with skin-sensitive face wash and dry before applying. Another step to add that could make this treatment more effective is washing affected areas with selenium sulfide.
During the past year, the discomfort has become all but constant - just sitting causes major irritiation for me - and I'm being treated for a chronic yeast infection with Diflucan and now Terbinafine HCL. I am experiencing hair thinning and not gaining much relief even after 8 mos. of treatment. Pain/irritiation is mainly external, labia. Any thoughts on what I'm missing?
Hair loss is due to scalp conditions like tinea capitis, discoid lupus and seborrheic dermatitis. You may need oral antifungals or antibiotics for this. Treating the underlying scalp condition will help revert the hair loss.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
So I have been going in and out of the doctor trying different medicines each month. The medicines I have used are, Clotrimazole, Ketocnazole, Terbinafine and oral Terbinafine. The medicine didn’t work so I was sent to the hospital to the dermatology department, they took a scrape test to see if it is a fungal infection. The doctor there had prescribed me with Canesten HC, which contains Clotrimazole and Hydrocortisone, just to use on the red raised patch around.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm. * Avoidance of walking barefoot, wearing of appropriate protective shoes to the beach and flip-flops/thongs in locker rooms.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
granuloma annulare, discoid lupus, and sarcoidosis. Bullous tinea pedis (athlete foot with blisters) can mimic bullous drug reactions, bullous pemphigoid, and other bullous diseases of the skin. Skin medication is usually successful at treating Ringworm within 4 weeks. Advice often given to prevent ringworm includes: * Avoidance of sharing clothing, sports equipment, towels, or sheets. * Washing clothes in hot water with fungicidal soap after suspected exposure to ringworm.
A few years ago my cat use to lick the back of my head and groom my hair in a way and a few days aftet that i had got a right worm where he was licking and a few months after the hair under my cat's belly was also getting bald and he was sick then it was wet alot, now my cat died and my hair right now as big bald 2 sliver doller coins on the side, front, back and in my beard chin, chest and also i get inflamnation coming out some time like a pimple and I went to the doctor they give me steriods
They are not true blisters in that there is no fluid sack. It is simply a very swollen and red hive. It seems like really firm and inflamed tissue. There's no scaling or flaking skin, in fact, it's shiny and taught from the inflammation. The itching and soreness is so bad that it has woken me up in the middle of the night. The itching is mostly at night, but I can still feel them during the day. I put OTC hydrocortisone and/or benadryl cream on them at night but it helps little.
I have not worn make up today and have only applied vaseline and aqeous cream. I haven't changed any toileteries or make up in the last 2 months. I am not sure what it could be? I don't think it is eczema, but believe it could be an allergic reaction to something. I can't seem to work out what it could be? Could it be an allergic reaction to something i am using around the eye or a food product? Please help me.
I have taken multiple STD panels for every STD HIV, syphilis, goon, chylmedia, hep, and herpes at 2 weeks, 6 weeks and 3 months all neg. I even followed up with an HIV and syphilis at 4.5 months and was neg. I did receive treatment for the possible bacterial infections STD given z pack, doxy, ofoflax, uribel and something for trich. My neuro said it's probably a unknown virus.
Ive got the itching and the wet clear fluid, but mine ends up sticky with a nasty odour..And my left ear has clogged shut..but i am in extreme pain now because i hav swelling around my left jaw..and yes it is really hard o stop the itching.. But unlike u i cant take tablets..
My labia gets sore from the scratching and I break skin often from scratching. I have tried everthing, but it doesn't go away. I know it's not an STD because I went to the doctor's and have been tested. However they haven't helped me none. The labia skin is thickened from the scratching, is very dry (white-like) and flaky (at times). So are my inner thighs at the crease yet they do not itch that often. There are no bumps but my skin is raised, and I don't know what it is.
Unfortunately, that did not last. I started having the same signs again, and when I tested it was positive again. And ever since I can't get it to be negative again, meaning the candida if that is what I have has become resistant to the supplements that I was using. As I started a new treatment, I will take the test this week-end to see if there is any progress.
I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of. It's been going on longer, but less noticeable, now since I do not talk sleeping meds any more, it's all that I can notice...
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