• Posted by tammy on June 2, 2021 at 7:40 pm

    Has anyone experienced any rashes after taking this medication? I saw on the website that it can be a side effect. I’ve already been on it for over a month so I don’t know if it’s that or something else. I only have it on one area near my forearm. It’s not all over my body. Curious if anyone else has had this and if so, did it go away?

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  • tammy

    June 2, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    I should elaborate a little more on what I just said above. In other words, I have been on it over a month with no issues. Not even diarrhea. That’s why I’m wondering why and isolated rash now. Or maybe it’s just a coincidence and it is totally something else

  • chelsea-chandanais

    June 2, 2021 at 9:37 pm

    I had a rash that was mostly on the top of my left foot and very itchy. Benadryl did not help and anti-itch lotions only took the edge off for a short time. I let my PAL know so that she could report it and also sent my neurologist a message, but I am allergic/sensitive to just about everything, so, while they both agreed that there was the possibility that it wasn’t Evrysdi causing it, there was a chance that it was. After a week or 2 with the rash, I had a previously scheduled appointment with my PCP and mentioned it. She said that it definitely looked like a reaction to something, but she didn’t know what. She put me on a steroid cream for 2 weeks and that took care of it.

    • tammy

      June 3, 2021 at 1:17 pm

      How long after starting the med did you get the rash? I’ve been on it over a month already which is strange. I would have thought it would have happened right away is there was from that. And I don’t typically have many allergies at all to food/meds or anything. But I do have sensitive skin. My doctor put me on a prescription steroid cream yesterday and it seems to already be a bit better today so hopefully that will be the end of it. I just hope it doesn’t happen too often. I definitely do not want to go off the med if i don’t have too

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