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    Condition: Chronic Inflammatory Skin Disease Marked by Blisters
    7/22/2009 11:51:44 AM

    Reviewer: Jill, 25-34 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 5

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 5

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 1

    Comment:
    The Dapsone Cleared up my skin immediately, i have noticed an increase in exhaustion every day i remain on the drug. My pharmacist also said it was discontinued. I love the effectiveness to take care of my skin, but hate the feeling of being tired and lethargic all the time no matter what time of day i take the drug!

    Condition: Chronic Inflammatory Skin Disease Marked by Blisters
    5/4/2009 6:04:08 PM

    Reviewer: Cary, 65-74 Male on Treatment for 6 months to less than 1 year (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 5

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 3

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 5

    Comment:
    I was on a high dose of prednizone to combat bullous pemphigoid, which I'd had for several years before it was definitively diagnosed through a pathological exam, and as my doc reduced the prednizone, the blisters returned more in both quantity and frequency--not as bad as with no medication, but still not neat--and staying on high doses of prednizone just wasn't acceptable (too many side ... Show Full Comment

    Condition: Chronic Inflammatory Skin Disease Marked by Blisters
    4/29/2009 1:57:08 PM

    Reviewer: Juneb, 25-34 Female on Treatment for 10 years or more (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 4

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 5

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 4

    Comment:
    I have been taking this medication 100mg twice daily as needed for the last 20 years for dermetitis herpetiformis. I think the medication works well to alleviate the pain and appearance of blisters that come from this disease. I find it to be 97% effective in treating this disease. Only downfalls are extremem headaches and I have been hospitalized for methemoglobanemia a few times. (Where the oxy ... Show Full Comment

    Condition: Chronic Inflammatory Skin Disease Marked by Blisters
    4/17/2009 12:07:46 AM

    Reviewer: 45-54 Male on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 5

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 5

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 5

    Comment:
    I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH CELIAC SPRUE AND WITH THAT I HAD A SKIN RASH THE DAPSONE GOT RID OF THE RASH IN 2 DAYS THIS AFTER BEING MISDIAGNOSED FOR OVER 4 YEARS I WAS SO GLAD TO BE RID OF THIS RASH IT WAS VERY PAINFUL AND UGLY

    Condition: Chronic Inflammatory Skin Disease Marked by Blisters
    4/6/2009 6:15:27 PM

    Reviewer: Joe, 35-44 Male on Treatment for 5 to less than 10 years (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 5

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 2

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 5

    Comment:
    Used to treat dermitis repediformis.works very well.I don't like the new packaging. With taking 3 tabs a day the blister packs are a pain.

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