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... I have my own theory on this. People with lupus do have a very overactive immune system - that we know. However, that being said, anything that our bodies may perceive as a foreign substance (ie-colds, flu, medication, not to mention stress and fatigue) can send our bodies into a state of chaos, hence the flares. And once this starts, it snowballs, and then our bodies have to... (9 replies)
... Hi Melly The doctors have always told me that Lupus means your immune system is overactive and will attack your good organs. ... (2 replies)
... I get lots of bazaar rashes and have some same symptoms as you. I am still being "investigated", but the general consensus is that I have a general over active immune system. My doc explained to me that it's sort of a little bit of everything, but nothing of only one. ... (5 replies)

Very discouraged
May 10, 2005
... y do on autoimmunes, the more it will become evident of all the people who were not diagnosed or misdiagnosed. Anyways though my doctor explained to me that your system can show general autoimmune tendancies. ... (15 replies)
... s Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, etc...They are all "immune disorder" diseases. She lost the vision in her left eye and she was put on prednisone to counteract her overactive immune system which was causing the imflamation in her head. The imflamation in her head went away but than she was having problems walking. ... (9 replies)
... s Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, etc...They are all "immune disorder" diseases. She lost the vision in her left eye and she was put on prednisone to counteract her overactive immune system which was causing the imflamation in her head. The imflamation in her head went away but than she was having problems walking. ... (9 replies)
Sores In Mouth
May 14, 2007
... primary doctor because I kept getting them and they would not go away. He said they were canker sores, that basically it is a sign that something is off in your immune system if you keep getting them or they don't go away. ... (7 replies)
... Although people with lupus do have an overactive immune system, it's unfortunately an ABERRANT immune system. ... (1 replies)
Moducare?
Jan 3, 2005
... My rheumie warned me off anything that promised results like "adjusting" or "boosting" the immune system. ... (3 replies)
... caroleye, is this touted as BOOSTING the immune system? ... (3 replies)
Commercial
Dec 6, 2004
... around for a very long time though. There have been many illness through out history that killed people by the hundreds and thousands. Those who had such good immune systems as to fight of those diseases or even to never get them probably were good candidates to look at for Lupus like symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... need the right doctor and medication for that to happen. A rheumatologist will give you much better care. You may need to be on a drug that will suppress your overactive immune system. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, it is an immunosuppressant... not nearly as much as some of the stronger drugs, but it does hinder an overactive immune system. ... (3 replies)
... Did you know you had been biten by a tick because I have no knowledge that I ever was. I went for a MRI today so hopefully that may show something and I will be a little closer to a diagnosis. (8 replies)
... inflammatories that will also modulate an overactive immune system. ... (8 replies)
... From what I read, it seems it does suppress the immune system, just more slowly maybe. I mean, if it doesn't, then what good would it do you? ... (17 replies)
... Personally I would not take anything that is advertised or thought to boost the immune system. Lupus patients may actually be harmed by such things, because, in lupus, the immune response is overactive and also aberrant. ... (5 replies)
... other autoimmune disorders are generally thought to be the result of an aberrant immune system that may also be overactive. ... (23 replies)
... A normal immune system only attacks invaders like bacteria and viruses. ... (9 replies)
... out suppressing, the immune response. i.e., merely treating symptoms won't forestall that damaging immune response. The main drugs used fall into three classes. ... (3 replies)


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