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    Miltiple autoimmune diorders
    JFC_1969 posted:
    I 43 years ols and over the last 5yrs I have been diagnosed with RA, 2 types of Lupus, sjogrens Syndrome and Fybromyalgia. I have Psyc issues and am sinsitive to many other meds.Have developed gastroperisis and have lost 70lbs in 2yrs. Only on Motho .4 injection wkly for 3mo now. With all my conditions I wonder if it's worth the try?
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi JFC,

    I'm responding to welcome you here and also to bump your post up again so others can spot it.
    We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell
    xperky responded:
    Hi JFC_1969. I just wanted to say "Hi."

    To me, I feel any treatment that might improve quality of life is worth a try. I hope that with time you might find yourself feeling a little better once in a while, and that might be the beginning of good things happening!

    I think I "know" you from the FM site. I hope you get some info on the ?Metho? injections from these folks who have RA. I've read they may take quite a while to help.

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