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  1. Stem Cell Transplant for Lupus - Topic Overview

    Antibody tests are a set of blood tests that check for specific antibodies to help clarify the diagnosis of lupus. They include: Anti-SS-A (also called Ro). Anti-SS-B (also called La). Anti-dsDNA (antibodies to DNA). Anti-RNP. Anti-Smith (Sm). These antibody tests are often positive in lupus and can provide support for a diagnosis if the clinical criteria are unclear or if the ANA test is ...

  2. Lupus Guide - Home Treatment

    Good self - care is essential to managing lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE). Learn to recognize your body's warning signs of a flare. Warning signs may include increased fatigue, joint pain, rash, or fever. When you notice any of these signs, t

  3. Lupus Guide - When To Call a Doctor

    If you have been diagnosed with lupus, call 911 or other emergency services immediately if you have chest pain that is crushing or squeezing, occurs with sweating or nausea, and has not been previously diagnosed.

  4. Stem Cell Transplant for Lupus - What Happens

    The outlook for people with lupus has improved as better treatments have been found. Now, nearly 70% of people with lupus live 20 years or more after they are diagnosed with the condition.

  5. Lupus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) - Treatment Overview

    Information on treatment choices for lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE).

  6. Lupus Guide - Medications

    Medications cannot cure lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE), but they can control many symptoms and often can prevent or slow organ damage. Learn more.

  7. Newly Diagnosed With Lupus

    If you're newly diagnosed with lupus, these are 10 questions you should consider asking your doctor.

  8. How Lupus Affects Your Body

    A look at the ways lupus affects your heart, lungs, skin, and other areas, and what you can do to ease and prevent problems.

  9. Skin Care Tips for Lupus

    Skin care tips to treat and prevent skin problems that affect people with lupus.

  10. How Lupus Affects Your Skin

    Find out about changes in your skin from lupus, including a butterfly rash on your face, skin sores, and color changes in your fingers and toes called Raynaud's phenomenon.

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