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    Stomach pains
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    An_248599 posted:
    Are stomach pains associated with Lupus?
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    lisatru62 responded:
    I don't know about stomach pains being the territory of Lupus, but I sure have them.

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    ssh49tn responded:
    I don't know if it is, or not, but I don't think anybody really knows for sure. I do know that a lot of lupus sufferers DO have stomach problems. I was diagnosed about 2 months ago, & am having a roller coaster ride, trying to figure out what's what. I know very little about lupus, but have found WebMD to be a great source of info, & help.


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