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    do any of you out here have fobro and Lupus?
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    bjjazzy posted:
    i'm just wondering how many of you have Lupus with your fibro, or some other autoimmune thing going on as well as the fobromyalgia and bone disease. hit me back.
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    debrabrooks1960 responded:
    Dear bjjazzy,

    I tested positive for lupus and RA. I know I have gout and diabetic neuropathy. I was told that fibromyalgia can give you false negatives in other test. So since I do not have any signs of lupus I am thinking I do not have it. There are days I hurt so bad and can only guess what disease is effecting that day. Good luck in finding things that will make you feel better. There are a lot of helpful hints here.

    Debbie
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