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Symptoms of aching bones, mouth and genital ulcers, fever. Given steroids. Is it symptoms of lupus?

Hi i was told 3 years ago that i had Bychets Syndrome by my local hospital due to aching bones, mouth and genital ulcers , itchy eyes, constant fitigue, rashes , high temperatures, weight gain . I was prescribed steriords for 2 half years and other drugs which never worked. He took me off them all immediatly.I contacted a consultant in manchester and went private and he told me i didnt have it and had been given all these drugs for nothing. I was referred back to my doctor who just keep giving me steroids when i have flair ups which is a lot. I have been reading about lupus and seem to hae all the symtoms. I am sick of this now what do i do
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Hi these could be symptoms of behcets. Have u undergone any tests for the same. Do u have joint pains.
Have u undergone test for ANA.
Answered: Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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