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Doctor insights on: Lupus Causes Adhesions To Form

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Dr. Mark Aranson
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Adhesions (Definition)

Adhesions is a condition in which two or more organs or organ surfaces are stuck together. Adhesions are common after surgery or infection, in which the healing response causes scar tissue to connect organs that normally should slide around freely. Adhesions can cause symptoms such as abdominal ...Read more


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Can lupus cause testical pain?

Can lupus cause testical pain?

Absolutely. As an: auto(self)immune(complex internal system which best protects from cancer, viruses, fungi & bacteria), any portion of the body can be targeted resulting in what ever consequences. Commonly, the arterial/capillary system is involved in the self-attacks. Since all the cells of our bodies are dependant on blood supply, they can all be damaged/die even if not attacked as a direct target of the disease. ...Read more

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Can Lupus cause flank pain?

Can Lupus cause flank pain?

It may: Lupus Nephritis can occur in some patients with the disease and resultantly could cause flank pain on the affected side(s). ...Read more

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Does lupus cause chest pain?

Yes: It certainly can and chest pain from pleurisy (inflammation of the pleura or lining of the lungs) is one of the diagnostic criteria for lupus. Of course there are many reasons for chest pain in patients with and without lupus, so see your primary care physician for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Does accutane cause lupus flares ?

Accutane: because so many people on vitamin A derivative drugs like ISOretinoic acid develop lupus, a correlation has been postulated but not proven. Accutane may also be linked with inflammatory bowel disease, birth defects, suicide, and depression. You are best off consulting with your doctor or legal advisor. Good luck ...Read more

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Can a tick bite cause lupus disease?

Can a tick bite cause lupus disease?

Tick Bite: In north america, the following diseases are caused by tick bites: lyme disease, human granulocytic and monocytic, ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, relapsing fever, rocky mountain spotted fever, colorado tick fever, tularemia, q fever, tick paralysis, but not lupus. ...Read more

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Can eating sushi cause a lupus flare?

Sushi and SLE: Sushi is not a risk factor for SLE flare. ...Read more