Monday, June 25, 2018

Lupus Information: What is Lupus?

Find lupus advice, information and facts plus details of the causes, treatments available and the diagnosis of Lupus (SLE). Lupus (SLE) is a disease that can affect almost any system in the body, lupus is also unpredictable with long periods of having the illness (called flares) but also a lengthy remission. Lupus can occur at any age but is mostly found only in women normally starting starting in early adulthood.

Please browse through the websites and highlighted links below to provide you a range of information from professional and non-professional organisations offering advice, information and a range of treatment details and explaining the expected symptoms of lupus.

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Highlighting the early signs of lupus including fatigue, fever, swollen joints and hair loss. Includes a details description of each of the 10 lupus signs. Supplied by Healthline.com.

A dedicated and detailed article on lupus with video clips, treatment details and information about related complications. Explains the lupus diagnoses process and offers dieting tips.

Providing a comprehensive diagnostic service for patients with lupus and lupus related conditions in one of the largest private hospitals in the UK. Includes treatment details, research information and contacts.

A registered charity offering support, information and advice in the areas of systemic lupus and discoid lupus. Includes news and details of regional support groups.

A comprehensive site offering information, factsheets and local support in the West Midlands.

Provides an official view of lupus with a detailed explaination of its symptoms and the treatments available.

Official treatment details, symptom explainations and the causes of Lupus.

Provides lupus information for patients, carers and the medical profession along with an explanation of the condition.

Contains symptoms and treatment details, FAQ and factsheets. A comprehensive lupus resource.

Provides and overview of the condition with a lengthy list of lupus symptoms, risk factors and possible complications and suggestions of when you should see a doctor.


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