Lupus can affect just about any part of your body, but medicine can help prevent and ease problems.
If you have lupus, you might be photosensitive -- meaning you have an unusually strong reaction to sunlight.
Over time, lupus raises your risk for cardiovascular disease, a group of conditions that affect your heart and blood vessels.
Lupus affects multiple parts of your body, including your blood vessels. When they become inflamed, it’s called vasculitis.
Recent studies show that if you have the autoimmune disease lupus you’re at higher risk for a stroke.
About half of all people with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) also deal with lung issues during their disease.
Research shows as many as 90% of people with lupus have symptoms that involve their brain, spinal cord, or nerves.
Lupus nephritis is inflammation of the kidney that is caused by systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).