Hi all, regarding remission, if one is going into a remission or is already in it is it still normal to have different symptoms? Is that from the Lupus and will show up no matter what or would it be more likely from medication side effects? I'm guessing that even through remission one feels tired and achey, is this correct? Also the breathing problems seem to come and go for me. Basically, what happens during a remission?
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