QUICK FACT 9

There is no single laboratory test that can determine whether a person does or does not have lupus.  Diagnosing lupus involves analyzing the results of several lab tests that are used to monitor the immune system, along with a review of the person’s entire medical history. (LFA)

2 comments:

Petula said...

Hi! I've been diagnosed with sjrogen's disease, which I understand is a strain of lupus, and I have fibromyalgia. I'm not sure how you found my blog (I confirmed your Entrecard today), but it is really nice to "meet" you!

I hope you're having a good week and I look forward to "talking" to you more.

Simmi said...

Hi Petula!! Thanks so much for stopping by! It is great to meet you too. I wish you a great week as well. Keep in touch, I am always here to talk!!

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