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Annye

136d

Last fall I was told my Lupus was in remission. Recently I started having joint pain, my ankles, knees, elbows, wrists and fingers were hurting bad. My knees felt swollen but weren’t visibly swollen and felt warm. My hips were hurting too, that’s a new pain for me. I didn’t feel right, felt like I was getting sick but I knew it wasn’t that. I went to see my rehum and got blood work done, the rehum has not reviewed the labs yet but I got the results and Lupus is active again. It was a short remission period.

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    • Gabby211

      115d

      @BoneDustWoman I did, I’m seen more doctors the next few weeks so praying I find a diagnosis

    • BoneDustWoman

      116d

      I'm sorry your remission was short. That sucks. 🫂

    • Gabby211

      132d

      Some of your symptoms sound familiar to me and I’m in search of a diagnosis. By any chance do you have sharp or what feels electric pain neck or back pain with same issues almost as if it’s your nerves?

      • BoneDustWoman

        116d

        @Gabby211 See if you can get a referral to a neurologist, if you haven't already. It definitely sounds like a neurological issue.

        • Gabby211

          115d

          @BoneDustWoman I did, I’m seen more doctors the next few weeks so praying I find a diagnosis

      • Annye

        117d

        @Gabby211 I do not have that.

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