The only thing that I can think of is Plaquenil, an anti-malarial med that is a "disease inhibitor" for lupus. It does require that you get a specific vision exam each year as there are rare eye side effects (reversible when detected in time).
It is important that you do see a rhuemotolgist, so they can use the correct meds for your particular situation. For instance, a "rule of thumb" that works for a lot of people is - prednisone makes fibromyalgia worse, but helps lupus - as far as pain & inflammation management.
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