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... and they tend to appear on photoexposed skin. I'm not saying yours couldn't be a lupus rash, as anything is possible in these conditions... More like, OTHER things may be possible as well. Psoriasis for one. ... (4 replies)
... years before being dx'ed with lupus, yet repeat GI tests ruled out UC, Crohn's, and Celiac. ... (21 replies)
... having ulcerative colitis I am not allowed to take any ibuprofen based pain killers, at this stage I'm not really in much pain at all to be honest which is good. ... (21 replies)

... I have lupus. I've had low Vitamin D, which probably started before my dx, then fell precipitously after I began avoiding sun. I take a daily supplement and am back in normal range. ... (1 replies)
... ition to what Vee has said, you might ask your rheum for xrays of your worst joints. If erosions are seen, it would confirm RA. Some people have a combination of lupus and RA, unofficially called rhupus. ... (2 replies)
... massicio, hello and welcome! ... (2 replies)
... Thank you both for your help and happy 2015! ... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone. I'm new here and to forums in general. Just thought I'd put my tentacles out there to see if anyone else has uc and THEN developed lupus? ... (7 replies)
... Hi, Hickup, and welcome! ... (3 replies)
... plus years, repeated tests never found evidence of Celiac, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's, etc. ... (4 replies)
... Even though there's lupus in your family doesn't guarantee you're headed there. ... (4 replies)
... discoid and malar! ... (8 replies)
... As for headaches, I believe both lupus and APS can be causes, but obviously many other things can, too... ... (7 replies)
... Increased complement activity may be seen in cancer and ulcerative colitis, low levels are seen in lupus. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I had 20+ yrs. of chronic malabsorption problems, very nasty. My longstanding problems cleared up so quickly once I started Plaquenil & avoiding sun. But in the multiple invasive tests I had, no signs were found of ulcerative colitis, Crohn's, or mesenteric vasculitis (which I think is associated with thinning of the wall, not thickening---but I'm not really sure of... (2 replies)
... intolerant to fructose, fructans, sucrose and raffinos. Please do tell HelsBigger! ... (13 replies)
... is optimistic about my disease staying mild. He doesnt want to see me for another 2 months as by then the plaquenil should be working, just need to do the bloods and urine tests again a week before going in. As long as i don't develop a reaction to the plaquenil then I imagine i will be in top shape. ... (7 replies)
... ivity as well. When the drug is discontinued the anti dsdna bodies can fall back into normal range. So it could potentially be drug induced anti dsdna antibodies and you may not have lupus. Obviously, only a good rheumatologist can figure out if you've developed secondary lupus, or if the drug is inducing it. ... (7 replies)
... negative, equivocal, weak positive, positive, and strong positive. And from the mere fact that such ranges exist, I'm betting that level does matter... ... (7 replies)
... StarStacey, I'm sorry you're having all these issues, they truly stink! I'm with the others, and I'm very glad you're soon having a FULL rheumatology workup. ... (73 replies)


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