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Skin involvement is common in patients with SLE, and in some cases is related to the menstrual period. We describe the clinical course of 3 patients with menstrual related rashes who experienced a significant improvement from their skin disease after the initiation of oral contraceptives. The potential role of hormones in the manifestations of SLE is discussed.
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Released October 22, 2019