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... that they prove to be "only" urinary, not kidney. Once lupus became a possibility, I was very concerned that I'd have kidney problems, given the flurry of problems. But 5 years in, no I know it's possible for things to turn out that way. And I hope they do for you! ... (15 replies)
... This may sound stupid, but how were your many kidney infections diagnosed? ... (6 replies)
... Hi, Erin. Yes, I do have recurrent urinary tract infections. Before I was diagnosed with lupus, I had only had one uti in my life, at least that I was aware of. ... (15 replies)

... These are signs of kidney infection and usually not found in bladder infections. Did your Dr. think it was in the kidney? ... (15 replies)
... lupus. So far just as a possible. I tested positive for Anti Ro SSA but negative for SSB and all the other. I have had a kidney infection or definate white blood cells for the past 2 months. My GP has been trying to kick it but I have gotten much worse. ... (15 replies)
... I'm going to jump in here and add just a little note to all the wonderful information that has already been posted. I too have suffered several bladder and kidney infections. Some, they said, were precipated by sex, others were not. I have been on all the medications mentioned here at one time or another. ... (15 replies)
... You are a trooper, but need to get these problems figured out so you can feel well. Recurrent strept can be related as rheumatic fever can complicate strept infections that go unrecognized or undertreated. That causes joint pains, kidney problems, heart problems. Rather uncommon now, but not unheard of. ... (7 replies)
Too many DXs?????
Feb 25, 2001
... edication, and three patients have completely discontinued medications for their disease. These patients had not responded to disease therapies and suffered from recurrent infections, persistent pain and kidney problems. ... (19 replies)
Apr 14, 2005
... s, migraines, chronic back pain and sciatica, UTI's, conjunctivitis, recurrent sinus infections, stones, etc. In early 40's, periodic profound fatigue, chronic anemia, chronic urinary problems. ... (4 replies)
... This includes kidney infections, recurrent colds and flus, and things like that. You can include joint injuries etc if you are athletic. ... (10 replies)
Oct 25, 2016
... Ro, was probably rarely or never run until very late in the game. Also, I must have seen at least 8 derms for my recurrent rashes, but my local doctors had never seen the SCLE annular rash, thus pompously instructed me to do very STUPID things, like get rid of my dog. ... (1 replies)
... Hi neelie! I don't believe that what your GP said is true. The only times an ANA will be " false positive" is in someone that has NO symptoms at all. It can be false positive in some people with no symptoms. With yours however, you have a VERY elevated ANA!! That can't be false positive with the symptoms you have. I think that you need to see a Rheumatologist to rule... (7 replies)

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