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... My daughter is 11 years old and has many symptoms that seem as if they may be Lupus. Has anyone had experience with childhood Lupus? ... (7 replies)
... come you to our wonderful forum. Glad your daughter is being managed well. My diagnosis came quickly when I was very young too, so I have a lot of knowledge of childhood issues relating to "coping" with a chronic illness from an early age. I am always here to answer questions. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this form and I also have a daughter that is 11 years old and has lupus. She was diagnosed last May 2005, when she was 10. It started with a weird rash that she got and she had pain everywhere, her hands, feet, shoulders. Her doctor had her SED level tested (inflammation) and it was very high. She immediately told me to setup an appointment at Boston... (7 replies)

... One thing I wanted to say was that although it is theoretically possible for a patient to develop lupus from a vaccine, it is a very rare occurrence and probably happens in no more than one out of several thousand genetically predisposed persons. ... (7 replies)
... Hello in KENTUCKY Our daughter was recently diagnosed with SLE/LUPUS and she is 11. She also has other auto immune problems/ evans and alps. We found our Childrens Hospital here in Calgary to be fast,compasionate and efficent at diagnosing and treating. Is your doc a pediatric specialist? We see a Rhumy, Hemo ,Ped and our own Gp every 3 weeks right now with blood work every... (7 replies)
... s accepted as one of the things that is discussed because it is so relevant. I was a patient of Dr. Hughes for a long time, he is a world renowned specialist of lupus and certainly is respected for his work both in the UK and all over the world. ... (7 replies)
... and he's aware of one person Dx'ed at 89. So apparently lupus can happen prior to age 15. ... (7 replies)
... Over the past 20+ years I have had multiple doctors tell me I have SLE. I have had flare ups that have made me sick for brief periods but not really put me down and out. This past June I went into a flare up that was the worst I have ever had in my life. My PCP had an ANA drawn and it was 1:320. She recommended I see and Rheumatologist since I had not been following with one.... (2 replies)
Lupus?
Nov 16, 2015
... Please don't give up. If this is lupus---and "if" is only something a specialist can determine---please know that many people do pretty well with it, especially those who can stay subacute for 5 years. (Subacute in this context means no "major organ" involvement, meaning kidney, brain, heart, lungs, etc.) So however you feel NOW, I'd wonder how much better is possible? I... (25 replies)
... riences really gives me an understanding of what to expect and hope that one day I will get help. I'm 39 now. I hope it's not too much longer as I feel that my childhood hip disorder has masked a problem that has been there for a long time. ... (73 replies)
... riences really gives me an understanding of what to expect and hope that one day I will get help. I'm 39 now. I hope it's not too much longer as I feel that my childhood hip disorder has masked a problem that has been there for a long time. ... (73 replies)
... Hi! I'm 34 and have suffered multiple autoimmune disorders since childhood (JRA, Uviitis, Ulcerative Colitis). The last 2 years my health has completely deteriorated. I suffer severe muscle and joint pain/weakness particularly in the legs. I also frequently have migraines and chest pain (costochondritis) and in the past have had hydronephrosis needing stents put in. I've had... (11 replies)
... P.S. I had a slew of signs from early childhood but wasn't diagnosed with lupus for decades. I'll never know whether I was a "slow evolver" or whether it was present for some of those years. ... (8 replies)
... you, I also had varying problems from early childhood onward, many of which are on that list. ... (3 replies)
... patient, but I imagine lupus is one possibility. The specialists who handle it, and its rheumatological AI "close cousins", are RHEUMATOLOGISTS. ... (2 replies)
... welcome, Atanda. I'm really sorry to read about your herniated disc and your lupus issues. Re your MOUTH SORES. ... (8 replies)
... Hi and welcome! Because lupus overlaps so much with other conditions, one might say, "This looks like lupus", then it could turn out to be something else entirely. ... (1 replies)
Lupus?
Dec 16, 2012
... or just don't correlate closely enough to lupus to be considered diagnostically useful. ... (3 replies)
Lupus update
Nov 15, 2012
... age, with modern meds and more info available, most people with lupus fare pretty well. So, how are you doing? ... (1 replies)
... They contain basic info on lupus, also on antiphospholipid syndrome, a clotting disorder often seen in lupus patients. They're an excellent place to start because the info is basic, and then you can build on it as you read more. ... (2 replies)


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