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I have lupus why am i getting boils?

I have lupus why am i getting boils?

Infection risk or no: This can occur even if you don't have lupus. It could be related to corticosteroids or if you are taking immunosuppressive therapy. Sometimes lupus itself because of immune dysregulation can make you at risk for infection. ...Read more

Mouth (Definition)

Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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I have lupus and I get these spots in mt mouth like excessive skin hanging is this from the lupus?

I have lupus and I get these spots in mt mouth like excessive skin hanging is this from the lupus?

Unlikely: Unless you are describing painful oral ulcers it is unlikely to be related to lupus. If you are concerned have it evaluated. ...Read more

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Hi I have had a boil surgically drained today & am under investigation for borderline lupus. Could they be related?

See below: Sometimes infection can cause false lab results, but without knowing your full medical history, performing an exam, and seeing your lab results, it is difficult to truly determine in this forum. Your treating physician can best answer this. ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with lupus of the skin and joints. I am currently on meds. In the last month, I have developed boils. Is thisrelated?

Possibly: If you are being treated with immunosuppressants for your lupus, than you may be at an increased risk of developing skin infections. Discuss this with your rheumatologist so that you can be evaluated and treated appropriately. ...Read more

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What does lupus look like in mouth?

What does lupus look like in mouth?

Mouth sores!: Usually painless, but can hurt. Frequently associated with low white count. Systemic lupus is the great mimick! ...Read more

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What does lupus look like in mouth?

What does lupus look like in mouth?

Painless ulcers: Mouth ulcers are sometimes the first signs of lupus and occur in 10-45 % of lupus patients. The are usually painless sores. Some lupus patients have gingivitis if they have dry mouth. ...Read more

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Can the sides of your mouth feel numb with lupus?

Possibly.: Neurologic symptoms occur in a significant proportion of patients either prior to the diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (sle) or during the course of their illness. ...Read more

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I have pleurisy from my lupus in the morning my mouth is so dry that my tongue gets stuck to the back of my mouth and its painful is this a side affec?

I have pleurisy from my lupus in the morning my mouth is so dry that my tongue gets stuck to the back of my mouth and its painful is this a side affec?

Lupus: Dry mouth is related to lupus. Involment of the salivary glands, a side effect of your meds, or systemic effects of lupus may lead to the dryness, especially breathing problems, mouth breathing at night. You should have a complete evaluation to see what might help best. Treatment may be a mouth moisturizer or a humidifer at bedside. A breathing test for sleep apnea may be needed. ...Read more

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Do lupus mouth sores hurt?

Do lupus mouth sores hurt?

Usually not.: Pain is usually minimal, but patients have had more painful sore ulcers in the mouth. Aflare in herpes is also more likely in sle! see someone in rheumatology. ...Read more

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Can you please tell me why lupus patients get mouth sores? I just had my first one .

Can you please tell me why lupus patients get mouth sores? I just had my first one .

Autoimmune: It is an autoimmune disease and can affect the mucus membranes of the mouth. Treatment usually involves steroids and making sure there is not something that is being put in the mouth that causes a reaction. ...Read more

Boil (Definition)

A boil is an infected epidermoid cyst of the skin. Usually related to sebaceous glands, which secrete waxy/oily lubricant ...Read more