Symptoms of Lupus

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The symptoms of lupus include achy joins, a fever over 101, arthritis, prolonged fatigue, anemia, skin rashes, chest pain and sun sensitivity. Consult with a qualified physician to diagnose lupus with advice from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on lupus symptoms.

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Symptoms of Lupus. It can affect any part of the body. Usually there are a few particular organs that are affected. Some of the symptoms that might be experienced are achy joints, a fever over one hundred degrees or any period of time, arthritis, prolonged fatigue, anemia, skin rashes, especially around the face there might be an appearance of a butterfly-like rash on the face, one might experience chest pain, pleuritic pain, and sun sensitivity. All of these are some of the symptoms that are part of the Lupus disorder or disease. But just remember that it needs to be diagnosed by a licensed physician because there are a lot of these symptoms that could appear with other diagnoses also. So it's going to take a doctor to know, with your history and your symptoms, to be able to properly diagnose you.


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