What is Lupus?
Lupus is a chronic inflammatory illness that happens when one’s immune system actually assaults one’s own tissues and organs. Aggravation brought on by lupus can influence a wide range of body frameworks — including your joints, skin, kidneys, platelets, cerebrum, heart and lungs.
Lupus can be hard to diagnose in light of the fact that its signs and indications regularly emulate those of different diseases. The most different indication of lupus — a facial rash that looks like the wings of a butterfly unfolding crosswise over both cheeks — happens in numerous yet not all instances of lupus.
How do you treat Lupus?
There is presently no cure for lupus, nor has there been another medication to treat the ailment in the most recent 50 years, albeit there are various new medications as of now being looked into or in clinical trials.
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