I know I'm extremely late here, but I definately suffer at the mercy of the weather. I live in wonderful sunny florida the home of the hurricanes. So summers for me are dreadful, beause it rains EVERY DAY. Winters are not as bad as summers because it rains less, however I DO still ache when it does rain in the winter (like today for example). My rheumotologist told me there's really nothing I can do except take tylenol or the darvocet he prescribes me. He said it has something to do with the baromic(sp) pressure dropping when the weather is changing that causes the pain. If anyone knows anything more about this or if there's anything to combat it, please let me know! It's raining as we speak and I'm hurting!! Take care all!!
I was diagnosed with lupus at the age of 14. I am now 29.