Solodyn Inflammation Side Effect Reports
The following Solodyn Inflammation side effect reports were submitted by healthcare professionals and consumers.
This information will help you understand how side effects, such as Inflammation, can occur, and what you can do about them.
A side effect could appear soon after you start Solodyn or it might take time to develop.
|Activities Of Daily Living Impaired, Antinuclear Antibody Increased, C-reactive Protein Increased, Crying, Educational Problem, Fatigue, Inflammation, Insomnia, Joint Swelling|
This Inflammation side effect was reported by a health professional from UNITED STATES. A 16-year-old female patient (weight:NA) experienced the following symptoms/conditions: acne. The patient was prescribed Solodyn (dosage: 115 Mg Once Daily Buccal), which was started on Oct 16, 2009. Concurrently used drugs: NA. When starting to take Solodyn the consumer reported the following symptoms:
|Chalazion, Conjunctival Granuloma, Eye Haemorrhage, Inflammation|
This Inflammation Solodyn side effect was reported by a health professional from UNITED STATES on Apr 16, 2010. A male , 20 years of age, weighting 130.0 lb, was diagnosed with
|Chalazion, Eye Haemorrhage, Granuloma, Inflammation, Vascular Fragility|
This is a Solodyn side effect report of a 20-year-old patient (weight:NA) from UNITED STATES, suffering from the following symptoms/conditions: acne,folliculitis, who was treated with Solodyn (dosage:65 Mg Once Daily, Oral, start time: Mar 17, 2010), combined with: NA., and developed a serious reaction and a Inflammation side effect. The patient presented with:
|Economic Problem, Hepatitis, Hypersomnia, Impaired Driving Ability, Impaired Work Ability, Inflammation, Laboratory Test Abnormal, Pain, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus|
A 17-year-old female patient (weight: NA) from UNITED STATES with the following symptoms: acne started Solodyn treatment (dosage: 1 Tablet Daily P.o. / Oral 11-20-08 Through 12-4-09 (over 11 Mos.)) on Nov 20, 2008. Soon after starting Solodyn treatment, the consumer experienced several side effects, including:
Solodyn Inflammation Causes and Reviews
What are tonsils?
Tonsils are lumps of tissue at the back of the throat. There are two of them, one on each side. Along with the adenoids, tonsils are part of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system clears away infection and keeps body fluids in balance. Tonsils and adenoids work by trapping the germs coming in through the mouth and nose.What is tonsillitis?
Tonsillitis is an Inflammation (swelling) of the tonsils. Sometimes along with tonsillitis, the adenoids are also swollen.What causes tonsillitis?
The cause of tonsillitis is usually a viral infection. Bacterial infections such as strep throat can also cause tonsillitis.Who is at risk for tonsillitis?
Tonsillitis is most common in children over age two. Almost every child in the United States gets it at least once. Tonsillitis caused by bacteria is more common in kids ages 5-15. Tonsillitis caused by a virus is more common in younger children.
Adults can get tonsillitis, but it is not very common.Is tonsillitis contagious?
Although tonsillitis is not contagious, the viruses and bacteria that cause it are contagious. Frequent handwashing can help prevent spreading or catching the infections.What are the symptoms of tonsillitis?
The symptoms of tonsillitis include
- A sore throat, which may be severe
- Red, swollen tonsils
- Trouble swallowing
- A white or yellow coating on the tonsils
- Swollen glands in the neck
- Bad breath
You should call your health care provider if your child
- Has a sore throat for more than two days
- Has trouble or pain when swallowing
- Feels very sick or very weak
You should get emergency care right away if your child
- Has trouble breathing
- Starts drooling
- Has a lot of trouble swallowing
To diagnose tonsillitis, your child's health care provider will first ask you about your child's symptoms and medical history. The provider will look at your child's throat and neck, checking for things such as redness or white spots on the tonsils and swollen lymph nodes.
Your child will probably also have one or more tests to check for strep throat, since it can cause tonsillitis and it requires treatment. It could be a rapid strep test, a throat culture, or both. For both tests, the provider uses a cotton swab to collect a sample of fluids from your child's tonsils and the back of the throat. With the rapid strep test, testing is done in the office, and you get the results within minutes. The throat culture is done in a lab, and it usually takes a few days to get the results. The throat culture is a more reliable test. So sometimes if the rapid strep test is negative (meaning that it does not show any strep bacteria), the provider will also do a throat culture just to make sure that your child does not have strep.What are the treatments for tonsillitis?
Treatment for tonsillitis depends on the cause. If the cause is a virus, there is no medicine to treat it. If the cause is a bacterial infection, such as strep throat, your child will need to take antibiotics. It is important for your child to finish the antibiotics even if he or she feels better. If treatment stops too soon, some bacteria may survive and re-infect your child.
No matter what is causing the tonsillitis, there are some things you can do to help your child feel better. Make sure that your child
- Gets a lot of rest
- Drinks plenty of fluids
- Tries eating soft foods if it hurts to swallow
- Tries eating warm liquids or cold foods like popsicles to soothe the throat
- Isn't around cigarette smoke or do anything else that could irritate the throat
- Sleeps in a room with a humidifier
- Gargles with saltwater
- Sucks on a lozenge (but do not give them to children under four; they can choke on them)
- Takes an over-the-counter pain reliever such as acetaminophen. Children and teenagers should not take aspirin.
In some cases, your child may need a tonsillectomy.What is a tonsillectomy and why might my child need one?
A tonsillectomy is surgery to remove the tonsils. Your child might need it if he or she
- Keeps getting tonsillitis
- Has bacterial tonsillitis that does not get better with antibiotics
- Has tonsils are too big, and are causing trouble breathing or swallowing
Your child usually gets the surgery and goes home later that day. Very young children and people who have complications may need to stay in the hospital overnight. It can take a week or two before your child completely recovers from the surgery.
Solodyn Inflammation Reviews
|Tue, 28 Feb 2012|
Solodyn can cause hair loss. It did for me. I was on it for a year, felt a numbing pain near back of my head where hair loss had started. Stopped taking it, pain went away within a week, but hairloss continued. A significant amount has fallen out. 2 years later after not taking, I have seen sprouts and hair regrowth but not near sufficient to replace the hair lost.
|Mon, 30 Sep 2013|
I just started taking Solodyn about 3 days ago. I do have anxiety already but since I've taken it.. Last night I had an extreme mental break down with an overwhelming amount of anxiety and not knowing what was Wrong. Not wanting to be with anyone or talk to anyone and strong feelings of fatigue and shakiness as well as fast heart rate and nausea. I'm not sure what to do now. I just want the overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety to go away
|Thu, 26 Jan 2012|
i have been taken Solodyn for about 6months and my entire face was covered with severe acne before i started taken these pills. it took about 3 months to see results. as of now i had not 1 bump/etc on my face totally clear. i have not expericenced any side effets this far. no one is the same and this drug will affect everyone differently. i have 4 months refills left and back to the dermtatologist to see if she wants to keep me on the Solodyn. my only concern is if she decides to take me off the drug will my acne come back. good luck to everyone!!
|Thu, 23 Apr 2009|
|I was given Solodyn for 11 months to treat acne and ended up with lupus-like syndrom, hepatitis. vasculitis. I am under care of multiple physicians at UCLA taking prednisone, actonel, plaquinel and after 5 months I am still not in remission.|
|Tue, 28 Oct 2008|
|My daughter had a reaction known as Steven Johnson Syndrome. It is a raised hive like rash and painful swollen joints.|
|Fri, 15 May 2009|
|I've only been taking it the past few days and I've noticed not soon after it literally knocks me out, and I sleep out cold for at least a good 3-4 hours.|
|Mon, 10 Aug 2009|
|after a few days on Solodyn I realized it was making me very sleepy. I could not stay awake for very long.|
|Sun, 15 May 2011|
|I am an athlete, so i sweat a lot! Sense I sweat I got little bumps and acne on my back and on my face! So I went to the dermatologist and she prescribed me Solodyn. I took Solodyn for 2 months and I didn't think I had any side effects from the medicine. 16 days after starting the medicine, I produced a shoulder injury (which we though was from over use) and nothing seemed to help it! I went to physical therapy,iced it everyday, eventually I had to get an injection in my shoulder,(which should have knocked it out completely), but it didn't! I got off the medicine because i ran out and didn't have time to get another prescription. My shoulder injury eventually resided on it's own because the physical therapy didn't seem to do much good! A month later I started back on Solodyn. 8 days later my knee blew up like a balloon! My knee was so big I couldn't walk at all, and it was very painful. I ended up having to get my knee aspirated and they got 58cc of fluid out of my knee. Everything was fine after that. 3 days later, my other knee swole up just like the last one did. I had to get that one aspirated too and the also got 58cc of fluid out of that one! After that all the swelling subsided and everything was normal for about a week and all the sudden my ankle began to swell. My ankle went away on it's on but we scheduled an appointment with the dr. because the swelling in my knees came back. I began to tell the dr. all of my symptoms and right away he knew what it was, it was the Solodyn. I'm thankful I went to the dr. when I did because he has had MANY cases of this in teenagers, some having to be hospitalized. I have been off Solodyn for about 3 weeks now and my joints still swell and sometime the pain is so bad I can't walk. So i have to sit and wait for the drug to run it's course! It helped my skin but It's not worth the side effects! It's a very strong drug and I do not agree it should be used on teens for acne, because of all the risks it comes with.|
|Mon, 12 Apr 2010|
|Dose anyone know if Solodyn can cause your hair to fall out???|
|Sat, 05 Jun 2010|
|Yes it can cause hair loss, as it did for me. I was on this pill for a year when it started to really cause serious hair loss. Stopped taking it soon after, 4 months ago, but i am still seeing loss of hair on an almost daily basis.|