Many studies delve into the link between estrogen levels and lupus. With the majority of those who have lupus being women, estrogen may seem like the obvious link. Studies follow women with lupus using estrogen for birth control or menopause symptoms; thus far, an increase in estrogen has not shown to affect lupus symptoms.
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