Advise Taking Photosensitizing Meds in the Evening if Appropriate

Questions often come up about how to prevent and treat drug reactions caused by the sun.

We know photosensitivity can be triggered by tetracyclines, sulfonamides, quinolones, and thiazides.

But it can also happen with some antipsychotics, loop diuretics, oral contraceptives, etc. People can even have reactions from handling some FOODS with psoralen...lemons, limes, celery, etc.

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