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    swollen gums/burning sensation
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    leslie1966 posted:
    I was diagnosed with Lupus in Feb 2013 so everything is still relatively new to me. I know that lupus can affect your mouth ie canker sores etc but I have had a spot on the roof of my mouth that feels like a burn. I woke up this morning and now my gums are also swollen. Could this be from the Lupus?
     
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    klacp responded:
    Don't know if it is part of Lupus or not. But I was diagnosed in 2000 and I have had that problem from time to time. Seems to go away before I can complain to the doctor.
     
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    leslie1966 replied to klacp's response:
    It only lasted a few days but it was a very uncomfortable few days! I have discovered Lupus is a surprise disease, every day I wake up and SURPRISE something new is wrong!!


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