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Doctor insights on: Proton Pump Inhibitors Drug Induced Lupus

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How long will drug-induced lupus last?

Different types: There're different types of drug-induced lupus. The common thread is that if the offending drug is stopped usuall the lupus will resolve eventually. There're occasional exceptions. ...Read more

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What are common drugs that can cause drug-induced lupus?

There are about 30 o: Common drugs include medications that are used less frequenty now: Hydralazine - a blood pressure medication; Isoniazid - an antituberculosis medication; Procainamide - an anti arrhythmia drug minocycline - an antibiotic pyrazinamide - an anti tuberculosis drug these are a few. A recent entry into the field are the biologics that are used to treat rheuamtoid arthritis. ...Read more

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How long does drug-induced lupus last, after you stop the drug?

How long does drug-induced lupus last, after you stop the drug?

Variable: May disappear once medication and its metabolites eliminated from body or may occasionally be permanent. ...Read more

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What drugs are most commonly associated with drug-induced lupus? 

Some: Procainide, hydralazine, are common causes. We are now seeing this with certain biologics - tumor necrosis inhibitors ...Read more

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What is the difference between drug-induced lupus & systemic lupus? 

Very different : There are differences - especially less kidney involvement, different serology to name some things . It mostly resolves after stopping the drug involved. ...Read more

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What is the differentiation between scleroderma and drug induced lupus, have markers for both?

What is the differentiation between scleroderma and drug induced lupus, have markers for both?

Much different!: First, your clinical sx are more important than the labs. Drug-induced sle is characterized by single-strand anti-da abs. Markers for possible pss include scl-70 and centromere antibodies. But where you on a drug which commonly caused drug-induced sle. What are your symptoms: fever, joint pain, pleuritis, pericarditis? Or do you have raynaud's, swallowing probs, etc. See a rheumatology expert! ...Read more