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Each case of lupus is unique, so it’s important to talk honestly with your doctor and find the treatment plan that’s best for you.


What is a Butterfly Rash?

A butterfly rash, also called a malar rash or flush, is most commonly associated with lupus.

How Doctors Diagnose Lupus

Health problems related to lupus can seem very much like the problems of other diseases.

Finding Treatment for Lupus

Treatments For Lupus

While there's still no cure for lupus, there are several treatments available to keep symptoms in check.

At Your Appointment

What to Ask Your Doctor About Lupus

Healthcare Providers Who Treat Lupus

You may need a variety of specialists to treat all of your symptoms.

Learning How Lupus Will Affect You

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Lupus Symptoms from Head to Toe

The symptoms of lupus can affect your whole body. Find out how to work with your doctor to minimize complications.

What is Lupus?

Get the facts on lupus, including symptoms, causes, risk factors and treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions About Lupus

Get answers to some commonly asked questions about lupus.

Types of Lupus

Determining your specific type of lupus is essential to finding the most effective treatment plan for you.

Living a Healthy Life with Lupus

4 Triggers and Solutions for Lupus Flare-Ups

Stay ahead of lupus flare-ups by avoiding these common triggers.

Can a Psychotherapist Help When You Have Lupus?

Seeing a therapist can help with the emotional stress of lupus.

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