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Lupus Sudden Flushing
Lupus symptoms neg bloodwork, biopsy of facial rash showed sebhorreic dermatitis but get malar flushing. Deflated and seeking answers?
Maybe rosacea: Malar flushing is most commonly caused by a condition called rosacea. Many times there is a positive family history of similar symptoms. Wine, spicy foods will frequently provoke the flushing. The condition can be mild or severe depending on the degree of flushing and how often it happens. The biopsy seems to have ruled out lupus, but an immunofluresence bx is more specific. Mirvaso may help. ...Read more
Lupus erythematosus is a name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases, in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissues.Symptoms of these diseases can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood ...Read more
Very doubtful: Lupus presents in many ways, but the symptoms you describe are not representative of lupus. ...Read more
Variable: It is frustrating to many, but true. There are different rashes associated with lupus and many don't itch, but some do. If this is a single symptom so far - you will probably find an uncertain diagnosis based either on global facial flushing or itchy skin. Try not to panic and try to find a doctor you can express your worries to. Many early disease signs are unclear - therapists can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My face and ears feel hot not red not flushed just hot3 days now I have pots and more than likely lupus.. Is it the lupus or pots or just weird no fvr?
Something else: Discuss with primary---this is not consistent with lupus. ...Read more
Okay sudden break out of sores on the back of my head, with having lupus could it be just a flare or change of seasons cause these flare ups?
A Hairy Problem: Yes. A lupus diagnosis often involves many physical changes, including hair loss, which is a common side effect of lupus & the medications used to treat it. Recent severe illness, a thyroid problem,certain nutritional deficiencies, your genetic makeup & other specific skin diseases of the scalp can also cause hair loss. It's important to work with your doctor to figure out how to minimize it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden onset left hip/groin pain. 37 years old, diagnosed with RA about 10 years ago and Lupus about 5 years ago. The pain is horrible.
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