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An_248028 posted:
I was diagnosed when I was 37. I am now 52 and have been going through menopause for the past 5 years. My lupus has remained stable during this time. It's hard to know what to attribute which symptoms to as I frequently have fatigue and joint pain. I also have arthritis. I try to keep active and don't dwell on my aches and pains.
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