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... I agree. Lupus is hell. With lupus medications you will pay a price. ... (8 replies)
Just a question
Jun 8, 2006
... AIDS is, of course, VIRAL and CONTAGIOUS. Lupus is neither. ... (3 replies)
Sjoren and lupus
Feb 4, 2009
... Lupus was first recognized by medical science in the late 1800’s. But really became more understood in the last 50 yrs. We learn more every day (thanks researchers!) The losing of teeth is more prevalent in Sjogren's disease. Sjogren's disease's main symptom is extremely dry mucous membranes (dry mouth, eyes, etc) When you have extremely dry oral membranes (mouth), your... (2 replies)

... ive lab studies and xrays and actually took time to read a long medical file of my failure to respond to treatment. It was his diagnostic expertise that found my lupus just 2 years ago. ... (8 replies)
... Lupus is not going to kill you like AIDS does. Since Lupus is a very personal disease, everyone is different! You sound like things aren't going too badly. ... (10 replies)
Apr 27, 2006
... I was just diagnosed with Lupus a month ago. This must be a HUGE boat to hold all the people who are struggling with this type of disease. ... (6 replies)
... NO! Lupus is NOT contagious.. although some people have asked me that. ... (2 replies)
... Another concern I have is that I am sick all of the time... It's like my immune system is low, i have even gotten an aids test before just because I couldnt figure out why on earth I get infections all the time and why it take s so long for me to fight these infections... ... (4 replies)
... but rest in the fact that Lupus is very rare in men, and there are good treatments out there should you have it. ... (8 replies)
... over soon. Then December rolled around and I still had a fever. So back to the DR. They ran alot of bloodwork and New Years Day I find out I tested positive for Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis! They scheduled me an appt with a Rheumatologist and that's it. I didn't get any other info. ... (10 replies)
... When I approached my shrink yesterday about some alternative aids like herbal teas, she was adamantly against them. "I don't want you to take teas," she said. ... (121 replies)
... again and again it makes me upset to hear that doctors who prescribe plaquenil don't explain to their patients that this drug can cause vision loss(the need to wear glasses/or/and biofocal. It's not AGE RELATED. I'm trying to explain it again and again. Also, this drug can cause double vision, you will never be able to fix it.They have *special glasses for double vision(2... (21 replies)
... ors follow outdated treatment protocols and undertreated Lyme can be very serious. Lyme disease is the second fastest growing infectious disease in the US after AIDS and it is in every state. It is grossly underreported and little is being done to educate the public and the medical community. ... (4 replies)
... Also, it's not that I want you to have lupus. Lupus sux. Try to live with the pain. It hurts badly, but double vision and hearing loss won't make you happier also. ... (15 replies)
... their lupus is internal and does not affect their skin in any way... just do some browsing and you can read this for yourself... ... (17 replies)
Dec 5, 2004
... I explain lupus as the opposite of aids. They are only similiar in the fact that the immune systems are malfunctioning. ... (10 replies)
... according to the dermatologist within the medical communtiy there is an ongoing debate that jessners may actually be part of the Lupus spectrum. ... (2 replies)
... and aids. Her family was even starting to think about what life might have to be like without her. I guess her symptoms were a lot different then the typical lupus symptoms. When she finally got diagnosed, they told her she would have it for her life. she got so much better, and only has to watch for flair ups. ... (9 replies)
... I am currently taking low dose Naltrexone for my MS but I have read on the website that it helps with Systemic Lupus as well. I've been on it for about 16 months now and so far so good. ... (2 replies)

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