Monthly Archives: October 2012

How to Talk to Your Doctor

Communicating effectively with your doctor is always important – but perhaps it’s even more important if the patient has a chronic illness like lupus. It’s important to remember that doctor-patient communication is a two way street. Doctors may be explaining … Continue reading

Understanding Eye Problems in Lupus

Lupus patients can have eye problems, but they are not common. The most common is dry eyes, often related to Sjögren’s syndrome, another autoimmune disorder associated with lupus. The treatment for Sjögren’s syndrome is generally just moisturizing eye drops or … Continue reading