What To Do About Lupus Hair Loss
What is Lupus?
Lupus, an autoimmune disease most common in young women, can lead to intense bouts with pain, inflammation, and tissue damage. Most common in Asian, Latino, African American and Native American women, the cause of lupus is not always determinable. Additionally, lupus can be difficult to diagnose; however, it is not contagious. In some cases lupus can be triggered by medication and approximately ten percent of all cases stem from heredity. Symptoms include: hair loss, extreme fatigue, pain or swelling in joints, purple/pale fingers and toes, and nose or mouth ulcers, among others. Lupus hair loss adds to the stress of the person suffering from Lupus, but we hope the information below can help you determine what to do. Continue Reading →