my doctor put me on hydroxychloroquine 200mg for Lupus and nabumetone for inflamation 500mg and the swelling went down alot not in constent pain all the time it helped me but I have pluresy too on pain meds for that all the timeView Thread
I live paycheck to paycheck won't get any help from employer just be out of a job and insurance I know ssi is had to get alot of paperwork and time my brother that has lupus too is going though it now. Has masshealth for ins. which can be issues for some help right now has a problem finding doctors that take masshealth. Go back to work tomorrow, you take careView Thread
Thank you hopefully I am not treated different this is my first time with shingles. Sores are gone, still have sensation on my face, like its coming back but isn't i think. You"ve had it alot has it jepardize your job I'm worrying about that with me, was out of work a little over 2 weeks. I go back 1/4. I had it in my eye they are gone but still have a little swelling under my eye I know it does take time. Take careView Thread
week 3 of my shingles had to get a note from my doctor to go back to work seems to be safe enough to go back, but i think i am going to be treated different like people won't want to be around me we'll see i go back 1/4View Thread
Just found out rash and swelling on my face is shingles have to see my eye doctor. forgot to ask doctor if it affect my teeth they are sensitive to cold never had that problem before i do have sores in my mouthView Thread
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