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    dozzi posted:
    Going on almost 2 years of pluresy pain doctors don't hear the rubbing sound that it usually makes, but I do have the pain. Tried the tens unit no help now i'm getting the benlysta treatment had 4 so far try anything to help it get better Its my way of life now living with this kind of pain
     
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    lupylisa44 responded:
    2 years is a long time to have pleurisy! Have they tested you for anything else?
    Hang in there and good luck with the Benlysta!

    Lupylisa
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
     
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    dozzi replied to lupylisa44's response:
    Have been seeing a pulmonary doctor doing breathing tests seems fine, but i still have pain going back to my doctor that I see for lupus soon


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