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Have developed dark patches on chest, back, arms, itching, after taking januvia, trajenta, diabetic. How to get rid?

I am diabetic for over 45 yrs .Now I'm 81 yrs of age . Some months ago I was given januvia (sitagliptin) tablets . After taking it for 4 weeks I started developing dark patches on my skin, chest, back & arms with itching . Medicine was stopped as it was suspected to be allergy. After a couple of months, the diabetologist prescribed Trajenta (linagliptin) to be taken one daily . This also aggravated the allergic skin patches causing severe itching & I discontinued the tablets . How to get rid of the dark YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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the black patches are drug allergy spots whenever you will take any medicine it will falrfe on the samespots
your other medicines might cauing allergies
even diabetes drugs may cause allergy
so you have to be sure which drug group causes allergy and change the salta accordingly
you can get drug allergy tests and shedule drugs accordingly
if there is no recurence of allergy inside your patches will be recovered slowly
othewise whenever we try to clear it any medicine taking or will we take off and off will again make those spots dark
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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