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    Terrible arm pain
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    yay4jesus posted:
    Why does Lupus cause horrible arm pain? Any good treatment suggestions for relief would be appreciated!
     
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    lupycakes responded:
    Hi,

    Are you talking muscle pain? I use flexeril daily for neck muscle pain. You should have your doctor look at your arm - especially if its just one arm hurting as I don't know of lupus just attacking one arm.

    Hope you get some relief and answers soon!

    Lisa
     
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    yay4jesus replied to lupycakes's response:
    Thanks Lisa! It is both arms, but the right is the worse. Yes, I am taking Flexeril but it doesn't seem to be helping. It feels more like nerve or tendon pain than muscular.


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