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Sjogren's syndrome

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Bonnie B.

lupus, Sjogren’s Syndrome

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I was diagnosed with Sjogrens at the time of inquiring with my doctor about MP. My eyes were red, my saliva was increasingly scanty such that I could only get ½ way through a serving of potato, my favorite food, if I was very lucky.

It must have been the latest of my 'auto-immune' diseases to kick in, as it began to clear up early. After a year on OLM 40mg six hourly, my eyes were no longer red.. I can now eat potato although I still need to take it slowly. - Sallie Q

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