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What is Lupus?
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Types of Lupus
Triggers for Lupus

What Causes Lupus?
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Why Do I Have Lupus?

What is Lupus?
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that is also called systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). SLE is the most common form of lupus. Lupus has both acute and chronic inflammation of various tissues of the body. Lupus is diagnosed when the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy organs and tissue. Lupus can affect any part of the body, causing inflammation and damage in joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels or even the brain. More than 90% of people with lupus have skin rashes, often triggered by exposure to the sun. About 50% of people with lupus have kidney and lung problems. Because lupus affects the joints, it is considered a rheumatic arthritis disease. Antibodies and accompanying cells of inflammation can affect tissues anywhere in the body. This means that lupus can cause disease of the heart, kidneys, joints, lungs and nervous system. Lupus can affect all ages but most commonly begins from 20-  45 years of age.

Types of Lupus

  • Lupus dermatitis - If only the skin is involved, the condition is called lupus dermatitis or cutaneous lupus erythematosus.

  • Discoid lupus - is when lupus effects only the skin, without internal disease. The skin rash in discoid lupus often is found on the face and scalp. It usually is red and may have raised borders.  These rashes are usually painless and do not itch. Scarring can cause permanent hair loss. Discoid lupus is eight times more common in women than in men.

  • Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) - when internal organs are involved.  More than 50% of the people with SLE develop a characteristic red, flat facial rash over the bridge of their nose called the “butterfly rash” because of it's shape. The rash is painless and does not itch. The facial rash, plus inflammation in other organs, can be precipitated or worsened by exposure to sunlight. This photosensitivity is often accompanied by worsening of inflammation throughout the body. Most people with SLE will develop arthritis during the course of their illness. Arthritis involves swelling, pain, stiffness, and even deformity of the small joints of the hands, wrists, and feet. The arthritis of SLE can mimic that of rheumatoid arthritis. Inflammation of muscles can cause muscle pain and weakness. Other serious organ involvement with inflammation occurs in the brain, liver, and kidneys. White blood cells and blood-clotting factors are decreased in this form of lupus. SLE is eight times more common common in women than in men.

Signs and Symptoms of Lupus Include

  • Anemia
  • Arthritis
  • Depression
  • Dry eyes
  • Chest pain
  • Confusion and memory loss
  • Butterfly-shaped rash on the face that covers the cheeks and bridge of the nose
  • Fatigue - extreme
  • Fever - low grade
  • Fingers and toes that turn white or blue when exposed to cold or during stressful periods (Raynaud's Syndrome)
  • Hair loss
  • Headaches, migraine, seizures, stroke
  • Hair loss
  • inflammation of the lining that surrounds the lungs (pleuritis)
  • inflammation of the lining that surround heart (pericarditis)
  • Kidney problems
  • Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain
  • Mouth and nose ulcers
  • Photosensitivity- sensitivity to sunlight
  • Joint pain, stiffness and swelling
  • Skin lesions that appear or worsen with sun exposure (photosensitivity)
  • Shortness of breath

Triggers For Lupus

  • Sunlight
    Exposure to the sun can bring on lupus skin lesions or trigger an internal response in those people who are susceptible.
  • Infections
    Having a chronic infection can initiate lupus or cause a relapse.
  • Medications
    Lupus can be triggered by certain types of anti-seizure medications, blood pressure medications and antibiotics.
    People who have drug-induced lupus usually see their symptoms go away when they stop taking the medication.

What Causes Lupus?
The causes of lupus is unknown, but genetics and environment play a part. Lupus usually first affects people 15 to 45 years old, but ican also happen in childhood or later in life. Lupus is a long-lasting disease and symptoms will come and go. More women than men have lupus, so researchers think hormones play a role in the disease. Some believe lupus may develop after a person is infected with an organism that looks like particular proteins in the body, thereby creating an autoimmune state in which the body attacks these by mistake. Lupus also seems to run in families, but the likelihood that a child, brother or sister of a person will have lupus is low. Lupus is more common in black women and women of Hispanic, Asian and Native American descent than in Caucasian women.

Homeopathic Remedies for Lupus

  • Arsenicum
    For lupus treatment with swelling of the eyes, headaches, fever and itching. Gastric, intestinal, and kidney diseases.
  • Belladonna
  • Calcarea carbonica
    For lupus symptoms with bone loss/osteoporosis. Inflammation and soreness of joints, especially of the hands and knees. Neck stiffness, chills, fever.
  • Causticum
  • Cistus Canadensis
  • Jequirity arbus precatorius
  • Kali mur
  • Nux Vomica
  • Phosphorus
  • Pulsatilla
  • Rhus Toxicodendron
    For lupus symptoms with lower back pain, stiffness in and around the tail bone and pelvis. Pain and tightness in this area could be accompanied by bruising. Swollen and painful joints. Pain is better with massage, heat, gentle motion.
  • Ruta graveolens
    For lupus symptoms with arthritis. Feeling of great stiffness. Tendons and capsules of the joints can be deeply affected or damaged by lupus. Better with heat, motion.
  • Silicea
  • Sulphur
  • Thuja
    For lupus symptoms with joint inflammation and skin conditions. Itching skin. Bone pain, joint pain, nausea and arthritis.
  • Zincum metallicum

Lupus Documentary - Bringing Awareness To The Disease
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