What are the symptoms and avalible treatments for Lupus?
Although lupus can affect any part of the body, most people experience symptoms in only a few organs. The most common symptoms of people with lupus are listed below. Occurrences of particular symptoms happening are listed as percentages. -Achy joints / arthralgia (95 percent) -Fever of more than 100 degrees F / 38 degrees C (90 percent) -Arthritis / swollen joints (90 percent) -Prolonged or extreme fatigue (81 percent) -Skin Rashes (74 percent) -Anemia (71 percent) -Kidney Involvement (50 percent) -Pain in the chest on deep breathing / pleurisy (45 percent) -Butterfly-shaped rash across the cheeks and nose (42 percent) -Sun or light sensitivity / photosensitivity (30 percent) -Hair loss (27 percent) -Abnormal blood clotting problems (20 percent) -Raynaud’s phenomenon / fingers turning white and/or blue in the cold (17 percent) -Seizures (15 percent) -Mouth or nose ulcers (12 percent) Medications are often prescribed for people with lupus, depending on which organ(s) are involved, and t