Types

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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  1. Kim Pecoraro says:

    Why is it the majority of the people who have Lupus also have problems with their teeth. For example the loss of enamel on their teeth which then in turn make your teeth crack. Also with rheumatoid arthritis did your and your bones and also receding gum lines. There’s got to be a connection because there are thousands of people that are going through this. I don’t want to hear about medications because I personally and taken as minimal medication as possible which is only Xanax and dilaudid. Not on a daily basis sometimes not even on a weekly basis. Because of this issue this should be covered medically too many people walking around with no teeth. I’m not a bad-looking 54 year old woman however I refuse to engage in a relationship because of the embarrassment of my cheap. Currently using crazy glue to keep them from breaking because I can’t afford to go to a dentist because there’s no sympathetic or empathy on any Dental office all it is is about the almighty dollar. Money up front. Sickening

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