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My friend’s mother has been diagnosed with lupus. I think her only symptom is butterfly rush on her face. I would like to know if some other symptoms can be expected as well. I don’t know much about this disease, so please don’t mind me if I ask silly questions. Thank you for understanding.

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Hello. We won’t mind your questions, don’t worry. Lupus is an autoimmune disease. Almost 90% of people with lupus have their skin involved as well. The usual symptom is butterfly rash on the cheeks. It is the one that your friend’s mother has it. However, lupus can affect other organs. Usually, those are kidneys and joints. Sometimes, people with skin rash can develop other symptoms, but not necessarily. She should consult her doctor for more details.
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