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Suspected as SLE patient. Having low Hb levels, fatigue, cough, cold, hyperacidity, sleeplessness, low apetite. Suggestions?

My wife suspected as SLE patient by Dr, Sukumar Mukherjee in the year 2003, Since then she was treated by Oysolone & HCQS.Now she is in HCQS only. There is no previous symptom eecept low Hymoglobin , Fatigue , low Vitamin D ,sussecptible to cough & cold.Doctrs never allow to withdraw HCQS where ANA & Ds dna factors are negative. she does not understand her present status,she is suffering from hyperacdity, sleeplessness ,low appetiete etc. where we may go at kolkata to treat her? Actually Dr. Sukumarjee, Dr. Shyamashys Bannerjee are raely avaiable- both are indifferent to her various other complication as i told before what shall we do?
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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if her ana and dsdna are negative then the chances that she has sle are low.
why dont you consult some other rheumatologist, it may be wiser to discontinue hydroxychloroquine.
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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