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Erythema Nodosum and Swelling

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9.18% of the posts that mention Erythema Nodosum also mention Swelling (158 posts)

Erythema Nodosum

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Erythema nodosum (EN) (red nodules) is an inflammation of the fat cells under the skin (panniculitis) characterized by tender red nodules or lumps that are usually seen on both shins. EN is an immunologic response to a variety of different causes... Read more on Wikipedia
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Erythema nodosum (EN) (red nodules) is an inflammation of the fat cells under the skin (panniculitis) characterized by tender red nodules or lumps that are usually seen on both shins. EN is an immunologic response to a variety of different causes... Read more on Wikipedia

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the red spots and swelling have gotten considerably worse...
...developed erythema nodosum(sp) and now what looks like vasculitis on her lower legs and feet. She has been back on prednisone for the EN but the red spots and swelling have gotten considerably...
calves. It is worse when I am on higher doses of prednisone...
...Crohn's can cause swelling. I have been having swelling in my feet ankles and calves. It is worse when I am on higher doses of prednisone or on my ...I also get Erythema Nodosum and when...
it, it's a complication/side effect of Cronhs. Prednisone...
...and bruising as well in your legs/feet/knees? If so you could have Erythema Nodosum. It very painful and is often the worst in the morning. I would look into it, it's a complication/side effect...
What can I do to get some relief aside from using Nurof...
...so swollen I can hardly walk on it (lower right leg) and the bulbous, swollen, heat filled \"things\" on my leg feel like they are going to explode! What can I do to get some relief aside from...
lanacream and a hot compress on the spots where the swollen...
Erythema Nodosum-do they itch bad? I was ...have only been taking benadryl, lanacream and a hot compress on the spots where the swollen pain was. And, about ...noticed any pain and swelling on m...
and done a bad job of it! but I was also on prednisone...
...swollen and turned more into hard bruised bumps and only on my shins, never back of legs and never above the knees. They took months to go away, I looked like I had gone rock climbing and done a ba...
I saw my GI on Tues of last week and started prednisone...
...BMs, pain, poor appetite, swollen painful joints, erythema nodosum and of course just feel like crap! I saw my GI on Tues of last week and started prednisone, methotrexate, cipro and...
fluid but no damage yet!! yeah! they have been un swollen...
...now i have been getting these places on my feet called erythema nodosum ... look like mushy bruises.. but.. that is better than not being able to walk all together.. i did get xrays and they said...
with an allergic reaction and was prescribed prednisone...
...and swelling in the lower portion of her shin and ankles. She was 1st diag. with an allergic reaction and was prescribed prednisone and cortisone creme. Neither helped at all. The swelling and...
the red spots and swelling have gotten considerably worse...
...developed erythema nodosum(sp) and now what looks like vasculitis on her lower legs and feet. She has been back on prednisone for the EN but the red spots and swelling have gotten considerably...
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