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Does anyone know much about Minocycline-induced autoimmune disease, such as incidence, risk factors, etc?

I know that lupus and arthritis have been seen in people who used Minocycline for several years.

I have already done some literature searches and didn't find much in depth. I'm asking if anyone has first-hand experience with this.
 

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Does anyone know much about Minocycline-induced autoimmune disease, such as incidence, risk factors, etc?

I know that lupus and arthritis have been seen in people who used Minocycline for several years.

I have already done some literature searches and didn't find much in depth. I'm asking if anyone has first-hand experience with this.


Yeah, the incidence is about "really F*cking rare" and the risk factors are taking minocycline for several years. If this is for a class tell whoever asked you to go f*ck themselves. Useless knowledge....says me.
 
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Well in that case....
SDN is not a site to elicit medical information for personal or patient disease or pharmacutical managment. We are unable to allow threads that purport to obtain information for the reason of diagnosing, treating or otherwise managing any diseases. Please contact your primary care physician or, if this is an emergancy, get off your ass and dial 911.

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Hi there I've done some benchwork with minocycline. Check out this article and look up some of their sources for more info.

This article is also good. Sorry it's too big for me to upload on here. Author is V.W. Yong 2004 and the title is The promise of minocycline in neurology
 

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