Quinine Sulfate

Last Update January 27, 2016
Taken for: Malaria
Other brands: Qualaquin
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Last Update January 27, 2016
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Moderately Satisfied
based on 540 conversations around the web
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Does Quinine Sulfate cause Lupus?

#10 in Quinine Sulfate discussions - 12 posts discuss Lupus with Quinine Sulfate. Lupus is #10 concern in Quinine Sulfate discussions.

Does Quinine Sulfate cause Lupus?

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used quinine sulfate, calcium carbonate and magnesium....
| www.mombu.com
" I've used quinine sulfate, calcium carbonate and magnesium. This ...My RLS goes along w/the lupus, fibro, etc Nicole -- 3 ...Know Someone With... "

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I finally found one. I have Lupus SLE and my doctor is in...
| forum.wehavelupus.com
" ...finally found one. I have Lupus SLE and my doctor is in Memphis, Tenneesee. She seems to really know alot about the disease. I was really impressed by the fact that she does not just sit back and let... "

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(260 mg). Manufacturer: Qualitest Pharmaceuticals In...
| www.prescriptiondrug-info.com
" ...you have is identified as Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Manufacturer: Qualitest Pharmaceuticals ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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ou have is Quinine sulfate (325 mg). Quinine was the...
" ...The pill you have is Quinine sulfate (325 mg). Quinine was the first effective treatment for ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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our pill to be Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the...
| www.prescriptiondrug-info.com
" ...the description provided, I found your pill to be Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the first effective treatment for ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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ou have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). The correct marking i...
" ...The pill you have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). The correct marking is Watson 715 260. ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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ill you have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the...
| www.prescriptiondrug-info.com
" ...The pill you have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the first effective treatment for ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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ou have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). The correct marking i...
" ...The pill you have is Quinine sulfate (260 mg). The correct marking is Watson 715 260. ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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our pill to be Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the...
| www.prescriptiondrug-info.com
" ...the description provided, I found your pill to be Quinine sulfate (260 mg). Quinine was the first effective treatment for ...is also used to treat lupus, nocturnal leg cramps and arthritis.... "

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upus, autonomic neuropathy, raynaud's, and phospholipid a...
| www.cancer-forums.net
" ...a history of mitochondrial myopathy, lupus, autonomic neuropathy, raynaud's, and phospholipid ...syndrome. I am currently taking atenolol, neurontin, domperidone, quinine sulfate, motrin, CoQ10, and... "

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