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... I wonder if having crohns than resembles uc can affect the odds of getting lupus though vs someone with small bowel crohns. ... (12 replies)
... I wonder if having crohns than resembles uc can affect the odds of getting lupus though vs someone with small bowel crohns. ... (12 replies)
... step biopsies ordered by my local doctors were adequate to detect a lupus rash. Not so. ... (12 replies)

... that strictly speaking, lupus is NOT hereditary. ... (2 replies)
... loathed most of my local drs. ... (5 replies)
... welcome. I'm only a patient, but I suspect lupus is one possibility, plus I'd definitely want my thyroid levels checked, too. ... (8 replies)
... Angryt, I'm sure glad you're getting another shot at help. ... (11 replies)
... flu, sometimes one after another, despite taking antibiotics. On the other hand, if this is lupus, people with lupus do get an abnormal number of infections, e.g. ... (5 replies)
... The gold standard for a skin biopsy, if lupus is suspected, is to do the standard miscroscopic exam, and ALSO immunoflourescent stain tests. Under these, a lupus rash lights up in a very characteristic way. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the info for those that our taking plaquenil. Good to know. I haven't too plaquenil in over 3 years. But my family member with lupus has some major problems with her eye. Once she stop taking it she wasnt getting worst but it didn't repair itself. ... (12 replies)
... In a chart in his lupus hardcover, Dr. Wallace calls its specificity for LUPUS just "fair". It's seen in lupus, in Sjogren's, and maybe even in some other things, too. ... (15 replies)
... I was Dx'ed with the "subacute cutaneous" form of lupus. ... (5 replies)
... Dear Dawgswife, Have you read the "sticky posts" at the top of the thread list? ... (15 replies)
... means you have, or will have, kidney involvement. Further, the goal of treatment is to reduce the odds of kidney involvement. But I'm sure those are HUGE questions you'll want to discuss properly with your rheumie when you see him next Friday! ... (5 replies)
... What kind of skin rashes were you getting? ... (5 replies)
... can suppress the production of autoantibodies. ... (25 replies)
... but very glad she's getting the important care she needs to reduce odds of complications. ... (7 replies)
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Jan 25, 2017
... like things only on one side, meaning do they "respect" the center line of your body? ... (11 replies)
... i, I'd also try to get help on timing your next tests. To illustrate, my 2nd rheum was delighted that I had a new rash "on the rise", which he felt increased the odds of getting useful results. ... (13 replies)
... To all, I've never read that lupus symptoms are different in MEN than they are in WOMEN. ... (16 replies)

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