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routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up

Started this discussion. Last reply by SabineTawni Aug 29. 4 Replies

My 10 year old has had a couple of good years with minimal hairloss, but he has a few scheduled vaccines in the next year or two. Canadian healthcare schedule. hepatitis B, HPV, Meningitis are this…Continue

Crisaborole (Eucrisa) topical treatment for alopecia

Started Mar 25 0 Replies

Hello,we were at a scheduled appointment with our dermatologist today and she mentioned a new eczema drug called Crisaborole that she'd heard was being used on some AA patients. A quick googling…Continue

anthony carrigan on Seth Meyers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alo-mom Apr 20, 2019. 1 Reply

Actor Anthony Carrigan being interviewed on Seth Meyers' show. a good advocate, helping to remove the stigma…Continue

exzema drug cures patient with AT - Dupixent or dupilumab

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anna Dec 20, 2018. 4 Replies

AW user singh posted this in another thread, I thought I'd give this it's own thread to make it easier to find information at a later dateinterestingly it's not a JAK inhibitor, but an antibody. FDA…Continue

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SabineTawni replied to chris_s's discussion routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up
"BOTH are important.  Mental health is just as important as physical health.  It's rare for a healthy 10-year-old boy to die from the flu. But, for the most part, I would favor the vaccines over the hair loss problem.  It's…"
Aug 29
Searching for My Son replied to chris_s's discussion routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up
"Of course it’s not more important, but his pediatrician actually recommended we skip the flu shot last year and see if there is a correlation. She said that because he’s had the shot every year of his life, there is residual protection…"
Aug 29
Cindie replied to chris_s's discussion routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up
"Is it more important for a child to have hair, or to be protected against diseases that can kill him or her?  That would be my concern."
Aug 29
Searching for My Son replied to chris_s's discussion routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up
"Hi. I was pretty sure vaccines (or at least the annual flu shot) were causing my son’s alopecia. He would get it (or them) in the fall and his hair would fall out within a couple months. It would then start to grow back in the spring. So I…"
Aug 24
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routine childhood vaccines and the risk of triggering a flare up

My 10 year old has had a couple of good years with minimal hairloss, but he has a few scheduled vaccines in the next year or two. Canadian healthcare schedule. hepatitis B, HPV, Meningitis are this year, Tetatus/diptheria/accelular pertussis are in a 2023. He's up to date on vaccines but they were given at a time when he was experiencing more severe hair loss. Is there any correlations for or against these types of vaccines triggering an outbreak? I know if you google enough you'll find a…See More
Aug 24
naasaki replied to chris_s's discussion Tofacib - commerically available topical xeljanz Tofacitinib cream
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May 21
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Crisaborole (Eucrisa) topical treatment for alopecia

Hello,we were at a scheduled appointment with our dermatologist today and she mentioned a new eczema drug called Crisaborole that she'd heard was being used on some AA patients. A quick googling indicated a trial that started in 2020 that is wrapping up shortlyhttps://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04299503Has anyone been using this or involved in the trial?thanks!See More
Mar 29
Haotian Xu liked chris_s's discussion The baricitinib thread
Feb 16
chris_s replied to chris_s's discussion New JAK inhibitor - CTP-543 by Concert Pharmaceuticals
"this is the phase 3 trial…"
Feb 4
Patchylatchy replied to chris_s's discussion New JAK inhibitor - CTP-543 by Concert Pharmaceuticals
"any updates on this? when will it be approved and how is everyone doing on it?"
Feb 4
chris_s replied to chris_s's discussion The baricitinib thread
"thanks for the update! "
Dec 28, 2020
elizabetham replied to chris_s's discussion The baricitinib thread
"I’m sorry to hear that you did not have luck either. So strange! I did notice that Baricitinib reduced my allergies as well. I have been taking tofacitinib for a few months now and I am seeing more growth than I ever did in the baricitinib…"
Dec 28, 2020
Baldie replied to chris_s's discussion The baricitinib thread
"I'm in the baricitinib study and seem to have had the exact same results as the other two people who posted in this thread.  Im in week 75, started with 2 year old universalis, and have had 20% regrowth of scalp hair and peachfuzz body…"
Dec 28, 2020
chris_s replied to nexoo's discussion pf-06651600
"thanks for the update, hope to hear good news from you soon"
Aug 31, 2020
andrea mark replied to chris_s's discussion Suitable hat for summer?
"My son also having this same issue and he irritates sometimes to wearing hats or cap in this hot weather, but it's too necessary for him to keep from sunlight, I bought for him cotton made a hat from Back to School coupons, I am showing you a…"
Aug 17, 2020
mtran2000 replied to chris_s's discussion New JAK inhibitor - CTP-543 by Concert Pharmaceuticals
"Anna, Similar situation with me, very little results with Xeljanz so trying Jakafi. How long did it take to see regrowth on Jakafi?"
Jul 31, 2020

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At 2:25pm on February 10, 2018, Mashloum said…

Hi Chris_s's

unfortunate the hair-up is nothing, it is just to waste time and money, it seems the Xeljanz is the only solution so far, and I am preparing to start the medication for my son (9 years), but I am searching for the doctor will be a sponsor for the case

At 3:08am on May 5, 2016, Patricia said…

My Doctor today is willing to write a script for Topical Xeljanz however she doesn't know where I can buy it from. Is everyone buying the tabs and getting a compounding chemist to prepare it or can I purchase it as a cream without having to buy tabs first and find someone to prepare it for me? Any help would be appreciated. I live in Australia.

This site is great.

At 4:16pm on March 21, 2015, LeslieAnn Butler said…

Hello and welcome! 

How are you and your son today?

Leslie Ann

 
 
 

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