Lately, I have been feeling very weak. My doctor did some blood work in september and told me I have Lupus, so she sent me to a rheumotologist. To be honest, she didn't seem to care at all and sent me back home. Told me to give her a call if I get any other symptoms and gave me voltaren. I have fibromyalgia, so she said it may be that.
I am tired of going to doctors. It's been constant doctors/specialist visits for over 2 years. Still no answer. My doctor insist on Lupus. I have so many questions. But my main concern is the way I have been feeling since friday. Which includes mood swings. Maybe its due to the extreme pain and fatigue I have been having. I feel very tired. Like I am dehydrated or have been awake for days sort of feeling. help?View Thread
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