For some patients with vitiligo or psoriasis, methoxaline tablets have a very good treatment effect.
But when you use methoxaline tablets, you should also pay attention to some problems, because for different patients, taking methoxaline tablets, there will be some adverse reactions.
When an adverse reaction occurs, the patient should stop taking methoxaline tablets in a timely manner and perform related examinations.
Dosage and dosage 1.
Usage: Take it orally, two hours later with sun or black light, at least 2 weeks a week?
3 times (at least 48 hours apart).
Dosage: Vitiligo, 0 by weight.
5mg / kg, 25mg per adult?
30mg, 2-3 times a week; psoriasis, 0 by weight.
Calculated at 6mg / kg, 30mg per adult?
35mg, 2-3 times a week.
Illumination time: a, sunlight exposure (sun exposure), the first exposure time is 15?
25 minutes, light skin tone is generally 15 minutes, medium skin tone is 20 minutes, dark skin tone is 25 minutes. After treatment, the irradiation time can be appropriately increased by 5 minutes; b, black light irradiation, irradiation treatment time is half of the erythema response time.
Adverse reactions This product is toxic.
Due to differences in tolerance to light, individual patients may experience light allergic symptoms such as skin itching and erythema, and usually the symptoms will slowly ease or disappear. Anti-allergic drugs can also be taken under the guidance of a doctor.
Excessive exposure can cause redness, blisters, and other symptoms like sunburn. At this time, the drug should be stopped until the symptoms disappear.
Adjusting the intensity and duration of irradiation during treatment can prevent this symptom.
A small number of patients may experience mild nausea, headache and other discomfort after oral administration. Taking it with food or milk, or reducing the dosage, can relieve the discomfort.
Weight of patients with severe liver disease.
In patients with cataracts or other crystal diseases.
Patients with photosensitivity diseases such as: lupus erythematosus, dermatomyositis, porphyria, pleomorphic solar rash, dry pigmented skin disease and other patients.
Allergic to this product moisture.
Cooperate with light treatment to adjust the irradiation time and intensity.
Pay attention to the protection of the skin before and after the light treatment to avoid exposure.
Patients with a history of skin cancer, a family history of sunlight sensitivity, recent treatment with radiation or cytotoxicity, and those with gastrointestinal disorders should be used with caution.
Do not take foods rich in furanocoumarin during treatment, such as lime, fig, coriander, mustard, carrot, celery, etc.
Alcohol should be abstained during treatment, and excessive spicy food should not be eaten.
Oral methoxaline tablets and topical methoxaline solutions are more effective, but they must be administered under the guidance of a doctor.