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Can lupus make you have a burning sensation feeling in chest?

Can lupus make you have a burning sensation feeling in chest?

See details: If you are talking about heartburn, it is much more likely due to medications than to the underlying disease. ...Read more

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Can full body inflamation kill you or cause a stroke ? I think I have lupus waiting on results and my body feels inflammed. Burning from the insides .

Can full body inflamation kill you or cause a stroke ? I think I have lupus waiting on results and my body feels inflammed. Burning from the insides .

Theoretically, yes.: Full body inflammation, as you put it, can arise in different ways. If you're talking about autoimmune diseases like lupus, those conditions carry an increased risk of blood clot formation, and therefore stroke. The risk is low, overall, and that is reassuring, but it's important to seek appropriate care for you condition, and it sounds like you're doing so. Take care. ...Read more

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I have lupus, sarcoidosis, osteoporosis. I'm have EXCRUCIATING pain in left shin. ?

I have lupus, sarcoidosis, osteoporosis. I'm have EXCRUCIATING pain in left shin. ?

Neuropathy: May be some sort of neuropathy which was provoked by your underlying medical condition. Then again, that is what a neurologist would tell you but do not forget other sources of pain too. See your regular doctor, if they do not feel that there is a musculoskeletal cause they will likely refer you to a neurologist. ...Read more

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Burning heel pain in both feet. Have Lupus too,?

Burning feet: Depends when you feel the burn, Bilateral pain in the same area of both legs/feet usually stems from the low back. Lupus can be contributory. Apply ice to the low back and see if burning subsides. look up a Dermatome chart on the internet. you will see the nerves that exit the low back innervate the legs and feet. visit to a specialist should be considered. ...Read more

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I have middle back pain that has been there for months. Burning feeling also same in right flank. Ana positive 1:640 . Lupus panel neg. What is this?

Joint or nerve: The pain can be from a number of locations depending site and referral of pain. If primarily in midline of back and then travels across rub cage it could be disc issue or an intercostal nerve pain. Identify if back pain is at same level as referred flank pain. Make sure to rule out any abdominal issues which may be related to eating, bowel movements, urination, also consider a muscle issue. ...Read more

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Hi my sister has been in and out of the hospital due to burning sensation and nerve pain on her feet. Drs recently diagnosed her with lupus. ?

The question?: If you are asking about the treatment option, her rheumatologist would be in the best position to give the answers. Fortunately most LE cases can be controlled. This is a rather unusual presentation for Lupus and thus the diagnosis should be confirmed by a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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Jus dx w/lupus. I have a burning sensation from foot up to leg and sort of feels cool when I rub the painful leg. Any idea if I'm heading for a flare?

Jus dx w/lupus. I have a burning sensation from foot up to leg and sort of feels cool when I rub the painful leg. Any idea if I'm heading for a flare?

Depends on your data: This depends on the database to diagnose your lupus. These symptoms suggest neurologic issues but you need to discuss with your physician and your rheumatologist. It could also be soft tissue rheumatism. This may not signal a flare at al. Your physician can guide you ...Read more

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So i been having warm (painless) burning sensation in my legs/thighs, first is was creepy crawling sensation, went away, now had for 2 months, ms, lupus?

So i been having warm (painless) burning sensation in my legs/thighs, first is was creepy crawling sensation, went away, now had for 2 months, ms, lupus?

Neurologic symptom: This is a sign of a nerve/neurologic problem. It is not a sign of a specific disease. It could be caused by a disease, nerve compression, nerve injury. You should see your doctor to help sort this out. ...Read more