I am not sure at all if this is the case but has an infectious disease Dr. or Dermatologist ruled out Steven's Johnson Syndrome? It occurs as a rash, then lesions all over the body usually caused by an allergic reaction to an antibiotic. Like I said, this may not be it at all, but wouldnt hurt to look more into it. I truly hope you find some answers and get relief soon.View Thread
Hi everyone. I was just diagnosed with Lupus yesterday and found this group. I have had severe middle back pain as well as arm and leg weakness. My primary doc. does not think this is related to the Lupus and I dont see a rheumy. until 2 more weeks. Does anyone here know if it is related to Lupus or not? I am scheduled for an MRI of my neck and back to see if anything is going on there, but any advice would be appreciated. Thanks View Thread
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