Related topic: Mastoiditis, Lupus
Review: could Mastoiditis cause Lupus?
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Lupus (any of various ulcerous skin diseases) (latest reports from 41,706 patients) has been reported by people with rheumatoid arthritis, crohn's disease, systemic lupus erythematosus, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis.
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Teresa Jernigan on Jul, 25, 2012:
My name is Teresa Jernigan and my father who is now passed, mother and myself have exhibited the same symptoms associated with lupus. My mother now blind and I believe I am on the same path. I know there can be many other diseases associated with these symptoms. I remember my grandmother buying penicillinn from my former employer(a pharmacist)without a prescription. I also remember her giving it to my mother. My mother fed me low dosas of penicillin almost all my life. As I got older I began to fight her and tell her that antibiotics are for infections only. I remember my mother taking it and giving it to my father. She also gave some to my son Christopher. I cannot say for sure if my grandmother has ever taken it and I have not seen her take it. My mother has 5 brothers and sisters all who have children and grandchildren. I do not know if this is common practice among all of them. If it is not, I see this ingestion of penicillin more sinister. Please help me. I am not sure of her intent and cannot prove anything. I had so much promise. I wanted to run for President of The United States of America. I have 3 beautiful children that I would like to see grow up. How do I keep myself from plunging a dagger into the chest of my mother and grandmother. I am not a doctor but I believe that ingesting penicillin in small amounts over a lifetime can cause the immune system to go haywire. I believe when you take penicillin in small amounts and then take it away after one day versus the 7 to 10 day dosage, what you are indeed doing is telling your immune system to look for an infection to fight and when it does not see that infection and then you take the drug away, over a lifetime can cause my immune system to become confused and attack my healthy tissue.
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