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Rashes, swollen joints, muscle pain, body aches. White blood cell, protein in kidneys. Fibromyalgia?

Rashes, swollen joints, muscle pain, fatigue, body aches 24 hours a day. Doctor says fungus rash . I think I have lupus. White blood cell 3.0 and even protein in my kidneys at one point. ANA positive once And lab results said Sjogren's. weight goes up and down, sleep problems. I'm very sick and doctors said they cannot do anything else for me. Medicine doctors have given me don't seem to work. Doctors says it might be fibromyalgia also
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Hello have taken note of your problems and reports.

you might be suffering from one of the following conditions..

I am not in favour of fibromyalgia cause it is not associated with rash nor proteinuria which is seen in your case..

I would suggest you to under go ANTI ds DNA levels specific test for lupus and consult a RHEUMATOLOGIST for your problems..

wishing you speedy recovery

Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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