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Do you work with a rheumatologist?

In her article, 3 Tips for the First Rheumatologist Visit, Amber shares, "The first time you hear that you need to see a specialist of any kind is scary. Your mind is reeling. What is going on? I have what? What does this mean? Your mind automatically starts going to all the scary places. Because that first specialist appointment can seem quite overwhelming."

Do you see a rheumatologist for your lupus?

  1. Yes! Absolutely. My rheumatologist has been a Godsend. I find he is the only one that takes my complaints seriously. Sometimes we just communicate through email. He is on top of all my concerns and issues. I highly recommend using one.

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