Anything is possible. If you suspect Lupus, check out www.lupus.org
to read more about
it -- but the only real way to get an accurate diagnosis is through a rheumotologist who treats Lupus patients.
Many other diseases cause the symptoms you are talking about
, but mostly the all over body aches and the bone/muscle/joint pain would be the only things I see pointing to lupus. Respiratory/sinus/ear are not usually indications of Lupus.
Hope that helps, and welcome to HW!
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's Moderator
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