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    micbrewski posted:
    can you have more than one autoimmune?? lupus and ra??
    lisaisweavebee responded:

    That would be a big "YES" as I have lupus, raynauds and sjogren's...lupus just loves throwing a party and inviting all it's friends!!

    Lupylisa44 responded:
    yes it is not only possible, it is quite common.

    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
    jessi19661 replied to Lupylisa44's response:
    I'll third that, YES again! I have lupus and several ohers, and possibly RA...they dont know about that yet.

    My mother and daughter both have more than one also.

    There can be more than one but also one that causes another!!

    Very common.
    pugpuppy replied to jessi19661's response:
    just the luck of the draw I guess ;o)
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