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... for you. If you remain stuck, maybe one affiliated with a teaching hospital, where they see lupus and close cousins in their widely varied presentations. ... (3 replies)
... I have had less than 10 migraines, but all of those were in the past few years when my lupus became active. ... (13 replies)
... As for the arthritis, I don't think I have that. I just feel like I can't stop moving sometimes and want to keep stretching. It's like restless leg syndrome but in the whole body. I associate with anxiety, even though I don't feel anxious. ... (9 replies)

... This could be allergies related to a form of LUPUS too! ... (9 replies)
... but that more often, patients in this subgroup remain fairly moderate. Plaquenil and strict sun precautions have helped a lot. I still experience pain and fatigue frequently. On the other hand, my GI problems, migraines, urinary problems, tingling, etc. resolved quickly. ... (10 replies)
... Hi. Yes, lupus arthritis can definitely bring a LOT of inflammatory pain. I've certainly had what you cited. My weirdest one? ... (7 replies)
... weakness, migraines etc they immediately think of MS. MANY people are misdiagnosed with MS for years before the blood work for APS is done and the diagnosis is wrong. In order for a physician to fully diagnose someone with MS they MUST do a lumbar puncture of the spine to look for obligonal bands. ... (15 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear that April is having such a heck of a time. The pain that goes with Lupus or any other autoimmune problem can be devistating. I have constant abdominal pain that used to be so bad that I cried myself to sleep too! ... (16 replies)
... I am glad that your doctor is sending your daughter over to a Childrens Hospital for examination. This does sound like Lupus, and sometimes kids are diagnosed during their teens because that is when Lupus can start due to hormones and all that fun stuff. ... (16 replies)
... l. I think that these doctors say that it is all in our heads so that THEY don't have to help us. They don't like to waste our time! The fact is that you have Lupus and it can affect the brain. ... (13 replies)
Possible Lupus?
Oct 20, 2015
... I'm now just connecting the dots because I've had a rash the last week on the back of my neck, upper back, behind my ears, on my cheeks, a little on my forehead and chest, and a little on my wrists. ... (9 replies)
... yet multiple upper GI's, lower GI's, sigmoidoscopies, and colonoscopies found nothing definitive. I'd fall below 95 lbs. ... (4 replies)
... I knew Angelic was unable to post and I know how important it is to you to hear from her. ... (8 replies)
Celiac + Lupus?
Jun 13, 2005
... let us know how you are making out. And I'm sure others will chip in soon, with more thoughts! ... (11 replies)
... Teakes, hi. Did you book appts. with the rheumie & neurologist yet? I hope you're set to go on both. Hopefully you'll be evaluated for all possible conditions. I'm guessing (but I'm only a patient) that in addition to lupus, antiphospholipid syndrome, a blood clotting disorder, might also be in the ballpark. APS can exist "standalone", or it can co-exist with lupus. ... (8 replies)
... I have had migraines for many years now and my mother suffered with them from menopause until she passed at age 76 so my prospects of getting rid of them is slim to none. ... (13 replies)
... Hey, I was just recently diagnosed with Lupus as of Wed. Anyway, while I was taking topamax for migraines I started having major bladder problems. My bladder drove me crazy because I had to go all the time and my bladder never felt satisfied. ... (8 replies)
... A negative Ro Lupus. I believe the disease is the same, but the bloodwork presents differently. Like you, I don't really feel that bad, BUT I am getting frequent migraines and I am pretty fatigued most days. ... (3 replies)
... for example, migraines are seen in antiphospholipid syndrome, which can accompany lupus. ... (4 replies)
... Dear mytngenes, I agree with the others. ANA is positive in OTHER diseases, like rheumatoid arthritis, polymyositis, dermatomyositis, Sjogren's, and scleroderma. Or even due to a family tendency or to a passing virus. So positive ANA alone doesn't Dx lupus. ... (3 replies)




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