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... My skin seems ok. I have weird rashes that pop up all the time and I still have that happening. I was actually going to post another question to see how many people with red red swollen arms see a change after taking Plaquenil. So far the plaquenil has NOT helped with this. ... (20 replies)
... osure. Plus, the red scars would pop out on my skin. As for physical activity, your wife will find her own level of tolerance for that through trial and error. Many people are able to continue most of what they did before, it just depends. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, "Tomorrow". Like LoveMyThreeGuys, I think you should keep on pursuing answers from your rheumie. And if you get nowhere, perhaps you could see a different rheumie. Do you know if your current rheumie has any substantial number of lupus/other autoimmune patients? It took me 8+ years---or maybe a lifetime?---to get a Dx. I'm in the *intermediate subset* of... (9 replies)

... Welcome! I can only say that Plaquenil has helped me greatly since being dx'ed over 10 years ago. ... (2 replies)
... My many local dermatologists made many mistakes! First, they failed to include those immunofluorescent stain tests that Ladybug already mentioned. They didn't run appropriate blood labs. ... (4 replies)
... e been through it all when it comes to this wonderful disease. I have been on every med you can think of when it comes to trying to keep your lupus in remission. Plaquenil is not as "sweet" as you may think. Plaquenil is good as long as you have your lupus in remission. ... (12 replies)
... BTW, Plaquenil has helped me tremendously. ... (9 replies)
... welcome! I've taken Plaquenil for years, and it's helped a lot. ... (17 replies)
... this fibromyalgia has royally kicked my butt. ... (17 replies)
... I also gained insight into how many "faces" lupus has. ... (2 replies)
... Stacey, I am so glad you have shared what has been going on with you and that you have received such knowledgeable support here. ... (73 replies)
So confused...
Sep 16, 2012
... or due to a family tendency. HOW HIGH WAS YOUR ANA? ... (3 replies)
... y mind wandering to thoughts that could provoke stress, and I just kept moving my mind back to listening to the radio and what they were saying. It's surprising how much information I was able to glean from just the orientation. Just imagine how much I'll learn over the course of several months! ... (121 replies)
... Thanks for answering my many, many questions! I wonder how common it is to be diagnosed with APS first and lupus later. I suppose sometimes the conditions develop separately and you are diagnosed with either one first. ... (6 replies)
New member
Aug 29, 2007
... lped my symptoms, unfortunately without the proper treatment I ended up with alot of nerve damage that could have been stopped if he had properly tested and knew how to intepret my Lyme tests. Doc's first use the Elisa to test for Lyme, it is an inacurrate test that has way too many false neg. ... (10 replies)
... And in the SCLE subset, people often actually meet 4 or more criteria. ... (8 replies)
... In my case, I felt it wasn't necessary at the time so I refused. I stopped the overload of soy and started a low dose aspirin which seems to have helped at this point. ... (10 replies)
Symptoms
Sep 30, 2004
... as it's helped many a person who has lupus where ther's NO active major organ involvement. Some people STILL end up needing steroids, though... ... (10 replies)


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