Allergic skin reaction effect of Allopurinol

We have 103 consumer reports for Allopurinol. Allergic skin reaction effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Allergic skin reaction side effect for Allopurinol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
235.89
192.9

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 11″

Average age
69
68

Allopurinol Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 103 reported about Allergic skin reaction

  1. Meda W. Hart says:
    2.0 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    Since 2007, I take Votum Plus, first with a higher water component, but now only 12.5 mg. My blood pressure is now set well. But 2 months after taking it for the first time, I got reactive perforating collagenosis (histologically proven), hyperuricaemia (which may be a side effect of taking the vote, in August 2009 Hashimoto’s thyroiditis was diagnosed with collagenosis, a further autoimmune disease). I’ve had changing stools from diarrhea to constipation for some time, I can not rule out an interaction between all the medications, I also got Tramadol Retard from Ratiopharm, except dizziness, insomnia, extreme skin reaction, nausea, no other side effects but now discontinued because of the dermatitis on the lower legs

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  2. Daniel L. Vue says:
    3.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Gout

    Allpurinol was taken for the first time a few years ago. Already the next day I got a foreskinitis leading to skin detachment. Since I only use the o.g. Drug I put this off. The painfulness went back slowly. This year (2008) another self-test with only a quarter (!) Tablet. Immediately, the inflammation began again. So do not take !! Nobody has described this side effect.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  3. Charles P. Chaves says:
    2.5 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    One tablet of Allopurinol 300 was taken once a day for breakfast for the specified period of time and the purine level in the blood was reduced to a normal level of 5.5. After about 4 weeks, however, allergic reactions appeared on the neck and between the fingers on the right hand in the form of itchy, z. T. burning redness and pustules, which fade very slowly after discontinuation of the drug and leave a rough, scaly skin. These side effects were noted a year ago and treated with cortisone ointment, the cause but not related to the drug.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction