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    An_188408 posted:
    My sis in law just got diagnosed with lupus and she has kidney failure on the right side. Can she take tylenol?? or any kind of pain medicine to help with the pain?? also where is a good place to get information about lupus?
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi & Welcome,

    I am sorry to hear about your sister-in-law. She is lucky to have you researching information for her.

    Please re-post your questions with our Lupus Community for support and information. We have a great group of members to help you.

    Also, you and you sister-in-law can visit our Lupus Health Center to answer many questions and help to understand this diagnosis.


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