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    Feeling Sick
    KriziaBella posted:
    Hi my Name is Patty and i was dignose with Lupus 11 years ago, been feeling okay but this year has been hard , I am currently on Disability Im getting Iron infussions for my anemia and i feel so tired and have lots of joint pain kind of flu like systoms. also bad headaches. not feeling good at all. I almost feel like I'm not me :( HELP!!!
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Patty and Welcome!

    Wanted to stop in, welcome you and offer some resources while waiting on others to respond.

    Our guest expert, Christine Miserandino , has great advice for battling lupus symptoms. Just click on her name and it will take you to her discussions.

    You may also be interested in our Lupus Health Center and Lupus TV .

    Please let me know if this is helpful,

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