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An_254760 posted:
hello im new at this, i was just diegnosed with lupus the one that effects everything, and my rumitologist isnt helping he doesnt listen, im tryin to find a new dr at the molment but does anyone know any tips that can help me or anyone i can talk to i have a bunch of questions that have gone unanswerd for months and im just not sure what to do anymore or what symtoms i should be watching out for . the other night i was working and the left side of my toung went kinda numb and i felt funny like i was there and doing things and moving around but i wasnt really there im not sure how elets to expaline it and i also have heart issues like paricarditus and paricardial effusion witch is inflamed fluid around my heart along with an irragular heart beat i just dont kno what to do anymore if anyone can help please feel free beccause i could really use it .
atti_editor responded:
Hi and welcome to the community!

I encourage you to visit our Lupus Health Center where you can find information on symptoms, treatment options and living with lupus. It is a great place to stay up-to-date on new lupus findings and search through slideshows and videos for more lupus support.

I would also like to make you aware of our Day2Night tool which will give you great tips to at-home management of your lupus.

I hope these help, and I'm sure that you will get some more feedback from the community members!


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