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... Hi. I think autoimmunes can run in families somewhat, but they can be different ones. In my family, we have type 1 diabetes, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and lupus. ... (2 replies)
... form. There's a second very different SCLE rash, called papulosquamous or psoriasisform, that looks somewhat like psoriasis. ... (4 replies)
... Sm, meaning either is powerful enough, diagnostically speaking, to create a checkmark for that criteria. ... (4 replies)

Rash question
Mar 18, 2004
... Yes, you definitely can have lupus without a rash. I just pulled out my copy of Dr. Daniel Wallace's The Lupus Book to look up the statistics. By the way, this is an excellent book, available in many libraries and bookstores. And Dr. ... (3 replies)
... not getting speedy answers. AI's can take awhile to diagnose, unfortunately. Here are things that came to my mind as I read your posts. ... (4 replies)
... I've been reading the boards for a few weeks now and I have a few questions I'm hoping someone can help me answer. ... (4 replies)
... From the one about "test results", you can find info about MORE SPECIFIC blood tests that go beyond ANA. ... (3 replies)
... Kimmy, The kidney damage seen in lupus is typically described as "silent". ... (6 replies)
... did the redness have a lacelike pattern? ... (6 replies)
... lesions over a period of eight years. I was Dx'ed at age 47 with the SCLE "subset" of lupus. ... (13 replies)
... he's basically a researcher, and one of a few of his kind. ... (12 replies)
... I had stuff going on since childhood, but no rashes until my late 30's, when I started to spend weekends at a beach area. ... (29 replies)
... I will try and help you out the best I can!! People seem to put SO much emphasis on the ANA test.. in reality it is only one of MANY tests and often it can be very unreliable. The fact that you have LOTS of Lupus symptoms and blood work abnormalities should have led one Rheumatologist down the road to a diagnosis! ... (8 replies)
... You certainly can have Lupus without the fevers and rash. Sometimes, the fevers can be just a low grade one that you can barely tell that you have. They can occur in the afternoon and evening. ... (6 replies)
... It's possible to have lupus without ever having kidney involvement. ... (15 replies)
... I tried to tell my doctor but she wouldn't listen. So I found a new doctor. He sent me for labs on Friday April 10th and here's all the labs he wants. ... (3 replies)
... welcome. Yes, it's possible to have lupus without a positive ANA. Lupus has distinct "subsets" into which some patients fall tidily, while others have symptoms that cross the subsets. ... (3 replies)
... antibodies mistakenly attack neutrophils. But a proper evaluation for lupus would involve specialized tests for ANA plus a wide array of autoantibodies, with further evaluation of physical symptoms, preferably all to be done by a rheumatologist. i.e. ... (4 replies)
... In the past few months I personally have put together a puzzle of strange symptoms that lead me to wonder if I too had Lupus. ... (1 replies)
... Hi VeeJ, I was hoping you would be the one to answer here. Thank you for responding! I have read your posts many times just don't post much. ... (10 replies)

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