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    A friend posted this after her doctor suggested she might have it. After reading it I thought I'd share it here because it made me think of a few people. http://www.sneddonsyndrome.org/What_is_It___FAQ_s.html
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    Thank you for sharing this. I bet that this syndrome is often misdiagnosed as Raynaud's and some symptoms just written off as being due to Lupus and/or CNS Lupus! Again, thank you for sharing this.

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    It is very interesting. Thanks Ritz.

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    Looks like one more "friend" that our other AI diseases likes to bring along for company.

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    Thanks for posting this. I found this quite interesting. Some of the symptoms - lesions on the brain, memory loss, severe fatigue, eye pain, muscle spasms, etc. - sound like M.S. It seems like so many diseases have shared symptoms. No wonder so many people are mis-diagnosed so often.

    Hoping for a pain-free day for everyone.
    Laura

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