Araldite Ht
Araldite Ht

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Araldite Ht is used to treat Hansen's disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. As an anti-infective medication, it can occasionally be used for other purposes.


Though rare, Araldite Ht has been known to cause serious and even fatal skin reactions. It is vital that patients be educated on the severity of the skin reactions before they begin a prescription of Araldite Ht. Araldite Ht has also been associated with rare but serious blood and liver conditions. Patients should seek immediate emergency medical assistance should they experience acute pharyngitis, fever, pale skin, bruising, pinpoint red spots on the skin, or jaundice as these can be signs of a life threatening condition.

Araldite Ht should not be prescribed without first discussing the patient's thorough medical history. Patients with a medical history that includes liver disease, glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase, or methemoglobin reductase deficiency may require special monitoring while taking Araldite Ht or these patients may not be able to take it at all, depending on the condition and the severity of the condition.


Araldite Ht is rated a pregnancy risk category C by the Food and Drug Administration and it has yet to be determined whether or not Araldite Ht will cause harm or birth defects in an unborn child. It has been determined that this medication will pass through a woman's breast milk and affect a nursing baby. Patients who are pregnant or nursing should not be prescribed Araldite Ht.


If a regular dose is missed, the patient should take it as soon as it is remembered unless it is almost time for the next dose of Araldite Ht, in which case the missed dose should be skipped. Taking medication too closely together or taking a double dose to make up for a missed medication can cause an overdose. An overdose of Araldite Ht can lead to serious health consequences and should be handled by the nearest emergency room. Symptoms of an overdose are likely to include blue skin tone, excitability, nausea, vomiting, seizures, and muscle weakness.


There are likely to be side effects when starting Araldite Ht, although some of them could be serious. Patients who experience serious side effects or an allergic reaction when starting Araldite Ht should seek immediate emergency medical attention. Allergic reactions can be life threatening and may include symptoms such as difficulty breathing, hives, and facial swelling. Other serious side effects are likely to include blue skin tone, numbness, tingling, muscle weakness, difficulty breathing, abdominal pain, dark urine, pale stools, and unusual fatigue.

Other side effects aren't typically so dramatic and don't require emergency medical treatment but should be reported to the prescribing physician. Less serious side effects are more likely to include symptoms such as insomnia, cephalalgia, blurry vision, nausea, vomiting, ringing in the ears, and increased sensitivity to light.


Medications that affect the blood, liver, and skin can interact with Araldite Ht to the point of causing serious medical conditions and reactions. Whenever possible, it is best to prescribe Araldite Ht by itself to avoid the multitude of medications that can cause serious interactions. While this is not always a possibility, it can alleviate problems when it is. Whenever other medications are prescribed in conjunction with Araldite Ht, blood tests to monitor liver and blood functions are required to be sure the eubstance is maintaining an acceptable level of health.

Araldite ht has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of araldite ht

 Molecular formula of araldite ht is C12H12N2O2S
 Chemical IUPAC Name is 4-(4-aminophenyl)sulfonylaniline
 Molecular weight is 248.302 g/mol
 Araldite ht available : 25mg tablets, 100mg tablets

Generic name: Dapsone

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