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Hi Sharon :)

Sometimes a little scream does the trick - Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr - Arrrrrrrgghhhhhh - I feel better too now.

I don't have any particular experience of pregnancy and lupus as I developed symptoms just after rmy first child was born but during my second pregnancy I did have terrible trouble with bronchial infections that just wouldn't go away.

I ended up on antibiotics (and strong ones) for about 4 or 5 months of my pregnancy. I always used to think we could take nothing when pregnant but it seems that we can take more than we think. Both my boys are normal, happy, healthy and very intelligent little lads, so it seems it did no harm.

I hope you find that a little reassuring. At least with all those docs you are being well followed up and, at the end of the day, we have to trust our docs.
The rheumy appointment is a good thing and, even if it is yet another doc, your rheumy is the important person for your lupus so I would be ressured that it is coming up.

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