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Lupus and Multiple Cranial Neuropathies
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jujubeee714 posted:
I understand the ACR considers cranial neuropathies a symptom of PNSLE. But none of my doctors recognize it as such and my neurologist has me on tegretol. My rheumatologist does not think it warrants prednisone or any other aggressive treatment for my lupus.

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Thanks, Julie (a SLE patient who does not want CNS lupus)
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