Symptoms of Lupus vary depending on the individual case and the type of Lupus. Most Lupus patients DO NOT experience all of these symptoms. Here are the most common symptoms of Lupus:
* Achy swollen joints
* Persistent fever over 100 degrees
* Prolonged, extreme fatigue
* Skin rashes (including a butterfly shaped rash across the cheeks and nose).
* Pain in the chest when breathing deep
* Execessive protien in the urine
* Sensitivity to sun or ultraviolet light
* Hair Loss
* Abnormal blood clotting problems
* Fingers turning with and/or blue when cold
* Mouth or nose ulcers lasting longer than two weeks.