Learn what doctors look for and the tests they use to diagnose lupus.
Lupus symptoms might develop quickly, or they may come on slowly. Learn what to watch for and when to call the doctor.
If you have lupus, you're likely to have skin issues at some point, but treatment can bring relief.
A malar rash, or malar flush, is a rash on the nose and cheeks. It’s almost always a symptom of lupus or rosacea.
If you or a loved one is living with lupus, fatigue is likely to be one of the most difficult symptoms.
Lupus can affect any part of your body, including your eyes. The disease can make your vision worse without treatment.
Treating a lupus flare can help prevent a lot of the pain. If you still have pain, there are things you can do to manage it.
There are times when your lupus symptoms -- pain and inflammation -- get worse. That’s called a flare or flare-up.