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... It is interesting to hear that we had very similar findings in the beginning. I would be very interested to hear a little about how your lupus developed. Did you get other antibodies later in life? ... (3 replies)
... y baby boy, I began having extreme fatigue and joint pain. It was so bad at times I felt like I had the flu x10. I can remember felling so bad that I didn't want to even move sometimes. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board! First off, thank you for sharing your symptoms with us. I know how frustrating it is to have these wacky symptoms that no one knows what to do with! Your symptoms are very similar to Lupus, so I want to direct you to the main Lupus board here and look at the top of the board. ... (3 replies)

... rehumatologist years ago when they said I had fibro.the rehumato. Doc at that time just said no lupus and no ra, but again that was years ago and I didn't think to ask for copy if blood test or even ask what test were run. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you. I did read sticky notes. ... (5 replies)
... I wasn't smart enough to get lab copies. ... (3 replies)
... s not the "bad" lupus, back then I had never heard of lupus, he treated me and I got better but thru out the years I kept getting face rashes, but I kind learned how to live with them, and then they eventually would go away. ... (13 replies)
Blood work
Jun 2, 2015
... Hi, again. I'm really sorry to read about your knee MRI results. ... (3 replies)
... You are right. If I didn't acknowledge it before, I should clarify. The extent of my exercising when my blood pressure is high is pacing, and my blood pressure has never been documented as higher than 170's over 100's. And I only began exercising again on the advice of my doctor. ... (121 replies)
... The "spiderwoman" look to your legs is called livedo reticulitis and totally goes with APS. It is caused from circulation problems. I can't remember if you were tested for APS? ... (5 replies)
... I thought it would be a really good idea to post this information in here, so that you can check it out and ask as many questions as you want. ... (35 replies)
... my dermi has done lots of blood tests but I am not sure what tests have been done..I know an ANA has been done and thats about all I know! ... (12 replies)
... I have read the sticky post on, "Criteria to Diagnose Lupus." I believe their may be a slight possibility that I may have Lupus. ... (9 replies)
... Hi to everyone. I haven't posted on the Lupus link before so I'll reintroduce myself. My name is hummerbird and I'm a 60 year old female. ... (5 replies)
Blood work
Jun 2, 2015
... ut at this time I can't say I'm happy with her. I had a MRI done last week on my knee and she couldn't contact me with the results. I finally emailed her today to find out the bones around my knee are starting to break down. ... (3 replies)
... know how that feels. ... (13 replies)
... I knew Angelic was unable to post and I know how important it is to you to hear from her. ... (8 replies)
... blood work and lupus, was inaccurate. ... (3 replies)
... or to test positive for lupus, so I'm wondering if this was even after the complete battery of serology labs? ... (14 replies)
... in regulating pain control. You can see how important serotonin is in FMS. There are problems with pain, sleep, muscles, healing, and memory. And of course, carb appetite regulation in RHG is essential. ... (121 replies)


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