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... If you have possible Lupus, then you are more predisposed to a syndrome called Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It can occur with Lupus or without, and is also known as sticky blood. ... (0 replies)
... I have APS, and I was diagnosed by Dr. Graham Hughes in London England. I travelled to see him from Canada! Anyway.. ... (35 replies)
... Its a syndrome that involves dry eyes and dry mouth etc Every area that can become dry does! ... (7 replies)

... Look in your local library or bookstore for books by Dr. Graham Hughes of the Rayne Institute, London. ... (9 replies)
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Nov 17, 2007
... They're permanent informational posts. One lists the criteria for diagnosing systemic lupus. You must meet at least 4 to support a Dx of SLE, but not necessarily all at once. ... (1 replies)
... And I have to add that the team of doctors at St Thomas' Hospital in London England (Including Dr. Graham Hughes, leading Rheumatologist) compiled a list of Criteria to correspond with the one I just posted. It is: ST THOMAS HOSPITAL CRITERIA FOR DIAGNOSING SLE 1. Teenage "growing pains" Growing pains in the UK, is a label widely used for joint pains in teenagers... (1 replies)
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Mar 2, 2008
... Annie, welcome! I'm only a patient, and obviously only your doctor(s) can provide valid info. But I hope some of what follows can help pad out the questions you're already developing. I had widespread tingling, which *may* have been B12/Folate anemia related. Also, my tingling was the worst in my rash areas (upper arms/torso, later determined to be subacute cutaneous... (8 replies)

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