systemic lupus, antiphosfolipid antibody syndrome and fibromyalgia.
a hysterectomy 6 years ago and have they removed one ovary.
experiencing a sharp pain, aching pain in my left breast.
had it before but it went away nut I got the pain yesterday afternoon
and it lasted throughput the night as well.
do feel a bit swollen and my muscles around breast are tight and this
is the time I would be menstruating.
a little bit concerned about the pain but don't really want to go
to the doctor for nothing.
so many other problems that i don't want to make something from nothing.
appreciate it if you could give me a bit of advice and help.
pain is a possible symptom and sign of fibromyalgia.
lupus erythematosus (SLE) is one of the most serious autoimmune diseases.
Unlike other autoimmune conditions, SLE attacks a wide variety of
pain occurs in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Antibody Syndrome or APS another autoimmune disorder and it may occur
in people with systemic lupus erythematosus,
individuals may have elevated antiphospholipid antibodies but have
no clinical manifestations of the syndrome.
test positive for APS Antibodies you should be aware of the
symptoms caused by blood clots.
two symptoms could indicate clots in other locations:
pain without a cause, anywhere in the body
of breath or chest pain (under the breast bone or on one side of the
chest) may radiate outward from the chest. (This could indicate a
clot in the lungs or a heart attack.)