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    I recently started dating someone with Lupus
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    n1t2a3b4r5i6 posted:
    Supposing I could have posted under "tips," a discussion seems more appropriate. The person I have thus far had the privilege of becoming better acquainted with has Lupus.She is a bit older than me. I am 29. My intentions are honest- I'm not asking for dating advice.

    What are some gripes that people with Lupus have in regards to dating?
    Any do's or Dont's?

    Feel free to broaden my horizon.
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    roxylyles responded:
    Understanding is key when having a relationship with a person with Lupus. We have to listen to our bodies first & foremost. I'm happy for you kid. Good luck.
     
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    n1t2a3b4r5i6 replied to roxylyles's response:
    Thanks Roxy


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