Congratulations on your pregnancy. I am sorry to hear that your are dealing with so many other issues. I had never heard of subluxating eyes before and had to research it to get an understanding of if. "An opthalmologic subluxation is called ectopia lentis, an ocular condition characterized by a displaced or malpositioned lens within the eye. Subluxated lenses are frequently found in those who have had ocular trauma and those with certain systemic disorders, such as Marfan syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, (the condition mentioned to you by Gizmo) and homocystinuria. Some subluxated lenses may require removal, as in the case of those that float freely or those that have opacified to form cataracts"
I do hope that you have a very successful pregnancy, and joyous childbirth, and an extremely healthy child. Just as a precaution, Lupus patients who are pregnant are considered "High Risk", partly because of the possible complications due to the disease. But, primarily because you GP, GYN, and Rheumy should work closely together and monitor you closely in order to assure the health of the pregnancy and your health.
Successful pregnancies are now the norm with Lupus patients! I am sure that it will be the same for you! Again...congratulations!
Peace and BLessings
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