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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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Wrist Pain (Definition)

Wrist pain is a symptom where one has sharp or dull pain in his wrist, which may or may not be accompanied by pain or funny sensations in other ...Read more


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I have lupus and my wrist is swelling up and is very painful is there anything I can do to sooth it until I can see my dr.?

I have lupus and my wrist is swelling up and is very painful is there anything I can do to sooth it until I can see my dr.?

Try..: Try taking Aleve (naproxen) , 275mg 3-4x per day. You should have already seen a rheumatology practitioner. Reschedule an appointment. A wrist injection could help. ...Read more

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Hello I was wondering I have a ganglion cyst on my wrist is it from me having lupus?

Hello I was wondering I have a ganglion cyst on my wrist is it from me having lupus?

No: Lupus is an autoimmune disorder with many variations of presentation, but wrist ganglion is not one of them. Ganglions are out-pouching or herniation of a weakened portion of a joint capsule or tendon sheath. These are benign and should only be excised if they are symptomatic. ...Read more

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I'm a baker and have lupus/sjogrens. Sometimes when I'm using the piping bags I get really bad pain in my wrists/fingers. Is there something I can do?

I'm a baker and have lupus/sjogrens. Sometimes when I'm using the piping bags I get really bad pain in my wrists/fingers. Is there something I can do?

Yes: You can discuss these issues with the doctor who treats your lupus. You are not taking any specific meds that help, especially Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine). Are you seeing a rheumatologist? ...Read more

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Hi ck, &blood creatinine(3x),low ferritin, pos ana,&rf, neg lupus,other autoimm. Progressive pain in right wrist, fingers, brachial 3+ yrs - no dx!

See details: Have you seen a rheumatologist? If no, then do so. There is certainly an issue here with possible diagnosis being one of the connective tissue disorders. Consider seeing a rheumatologist at one of the major medical centers in NYC. ...Read more

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Ankles ache randomly, knees, wrists too, palms red/pin prick feeling, spine sore feels inflamed... Is this all the lupus i was just diagnosed with :0(?

Ankles ache randomly, knees, wrists too, palms red/pin prick feeling, spine sore feels inflamed... Is this all the lupus i was just diagnosed with :0(?

Pains all over : Patients with lupus can have non deforming arthritisthat could affect small and mediun size joints , they could also have fibroimyalgia , acondition caractherized by increase sensation of tenderness or pain , the pains are more diffuse and occur with out inflammation , sometimes is difficult to differentiate , but a good medical evaluation could define the difference. ...Read more

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I was 16 my right knee swelled for 1wk. After a month my right/left shoulder, hands, wrist are aching.And now my finger is deform.Is this lupus or jra?

Several possibles: There are several possible causes including RA and sle. A rheumatologist through an evaluation and lab studies would be able to tell you the specific cause. ...Read more

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What can cause bilateral joint pain? Began in knee's and now fingers, wrists, lump on each arm by wrist. Ra/lupus test neg 3yrs ago, not fibromyalgia

What can cause bilateral joint pain?  Began in knee's and now fingers, wrists, lump on each arm by wrist. Ra/lupus test neg 3yrs ago, not fibromyalgia

Can be inflammatory: You have symptoms on both sides of your body involving large and small joints. You may have some type of inflammatory arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis (ra). Sometimes the tests for RA such as the rf and anticcp antibodies can be negative; and you can still have ra. Consider seeing a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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Can someone have lupus even if the only symptom is bilateraljoint pain in hands, shoulder, knees, wrist?(-)rashes, photosensitivity, weakness, fatigue, fever

Can someone have lupus even if the only symptom is bilateraljoint pain in hands, shoulder, knees, wrist?(-)rashes, photosensitivity, weakness, fatigue, fever

Of Course; ; Hope No: Lupus erythematosus is a notoriously variable disease process, from person to person ; time to time. Since which portions of their body the person's immune system is currently targeting, ; to what degree, varies widely, the consequences also vary widely. Even with high quality lab, diagnosis is problematic ; while treatment outcome, by only medications, can help, outcomes are rarely very good. ...Read more

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