Often, Lupus can cause a condition known as Peripheral neuropathy. This is a neurological disorder resulting from damage to the peripheral nerves. It may be caused by diseases of the nerves or as the result of systemic illnesses, such as Lupus. I am not saying that this is the cause of your pain, I'm just giving you information about the condition as it can cause the type of pain that you are describing.
With Peripheral neuropathy, the nerve damage can cause sensory changes to your toes, feet, legs or hands (particularly the thumbs). Note that Peripheral neuropathy symptoms usually refers to various symptoms known to you, the patient, but the phrase Peripheral neuropathy signs may refer to those signs only noticable by a doctor.
The list of treatments for Peripheral neuropathy varies, depending upon the underlying condition, but they usually include the following list.
* Chromium - possibly used for treatment of related chromium deficiency
* Vitamin B1 - possibly used for related vitamin B1 deficiency
* Vitamin B6 - possibly used for related vitamin B6 deficiency
It might be beneficial for you to mention this constant pain to your doctor in order to find out exactly what is going on.
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