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No cause found for persistent pleural effusions

Lung Health | Last Active: Mar 8, 2021 | Replies (25)

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@inali

Thanks for sharing this info about the relationship between Lupus and pleural effusion. I will definitely bring this up with my new internist when I see her in early October. I looked up Lupus on the Mayo web site and was surprised to learn that I actually have many of the symptoms. Not that I’d be happy to learn that I have another chronic condition, but it is always a bit of a relief to learn the underlying cause of recurring problems and that there may be treatment to help you feel better. Thanks so much!

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@inali– Good morning. Autoimmune diseases can all look alike in blood work, and with symptoms. There are so many autoimmune diseases that it's sometimes impossible to determine which one it is. Has a specialist been recommended to you for autoimmune disease?

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