My three year old may have Lupus, but my doctor has not comfirmed that yet. We are going to have a biopsy in 3 weeks, along with a list of blood work. She has fair skin, blond hair, brown eyes and a "butterfly" rash on her face. It was first seen on her left cheek, and then her right cheek, and now parts of her nose is now red. She has had this rash since the end of April. My skin specialist states he doesn't know, and he has not mentioned the word "Lupus" but when I got the order for blood work, I looked up the meanings and now I am freaked out of my mind. I also have a 4 month old too! I just want to find the best doctor out there, and my doctor doesn't have the best bedside manners. He has spent 6 minutes with us, and has said nothing to help me feel better. I would travel anywhere to get the best care for my daughter.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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