Hair loss effect of Remicade

We have 97 consumer reports for Remicade. Hair loss effect occurred in 10%.

Patients statistics on Hair loss side effect for Remicade

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Average weight in Lbs
135.58
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Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
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Average age
43
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Remicade Circle Diagram 10 consumers of 97 reported about Hair loss

  1. James L. Greene says:
    3.0 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    Personally, I’ve been getting Remicade for over 3 years, every 6-8 weeks, depending on how I feel. In itself Remicade works quite well, unfortunately not completely against abscesses and fistulas, still have about 1 time a year because of an operation. About 6 years ago I got a remicade, unfortunately it did not work after almost a year and I was switched to Humira. I also got that for about 2 years before I became immune to it. After a change of doctor and renewed Remicade therapy in maximum dose, I finally came about 3 years ago finally (after 12 years) away from the cortisone. For that I have to do now enormously with my hAut and no one can really say, whether it is a Neurodermitis caused by Remicade or the like. My hair has almost completely failed me and my libido is no longer available. Slowly, I am mentally also very tired, because my body is constantly fighting against new inflammations of the skin, teeth or the like, because the immune system is so down. Normal work is sometimes hardly possible.

    Side effects: Itching; Hair loss
  2. Jean T. Soares says:
    3.5 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    Nothing worked for me, so we chose Remicade. It helps very well. Since then eigtl. Had no more thrust. I get it every 6-8 weeks. But also often have stronger side effects, such. extreme body aches up to 2 days after infusion. Dizziness and extreme hair loss. The skin has since become very dry and unclean since then. But that’s all to endure. The pain coming from the MC are worse !!! I am glad that the Remicade strikes so well.

  3. Jonathan D. James says:
    4.0 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    I have been getting Remicade for almost 2 years now. I’m actually completely satisfied with that. Since then, I have virtually no problems at all. Unfortunately, I suspect that I am getting worse and worse. Get it only every 2 months, now I even have 11 weeks without. However, I felt so bad at the last infusions. I was totally sick and was totally depressed .. Got really bad migraine attacks. I have worse back pain after the infusion and I am getting thicker (have already changed diet and sports I do) and hair loss. But nothing changes. Otherwise, I am free to complain! Unless I have really bad emotional stress.

  4. Melissa E. Hansen says:
    3.5 rating

    Remicade for Ulcerative colitis

    I’m new here. To the two drugs mentioned above, I can contribute something to the third but I can not write much because I got it until now once. The cortisone (Prednnisolone) helped me a lot in the beginning then it went down to 10mg each week then was down to 2.5mg. The side effects are not so sparkling I’ve taken a weng to, hair loss, a full moon face and hair wraps Get face. The inflammation was gone, too, according to the lab values I was also very happy about it but I was happy too early after a few weeks, the inflammation came back. To the Azathioprin: it has hit very well in the beginning can not complain to me synonymous net but in the end, this remedy has unfortunately brought nothing synonymous. Take months for this remedy and then it does not even help. But what do you want to do you take it in the hope that helps.

    Side effects: Increase in weight; Hair loss
  5. Kathy R. Losey says:
    4.5 rating

    Remicade for Morbus crohn

    For my Crohn’s disease, since October 2008 I have been receiving prednisone intravenously and Remicade as an infusion. I have to go to the hospital for these medications. First, prednisone is injected. After that, I have to wait half an hour before the Remicadeinfusion is attached. The flow time of the infusion is at least 2 hours. Then wait another half hour. So about 4 hours of time currently every 8 weeks. Prednisone: – steroid acne – weight gain – full moon face – diffuse hair loss – susceptibility to infection Side effects Remicade: – fatigue (especially during and shortly after infusion) – susceptibility to infection