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    Hi everyone ? Is it common for someone with lupus to get small lumps on their scalp? I have two and they are not painful, but every time I feel them I get scared thing it could be something more dangerous. Anyone here experience this?

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    Yes? No? Anyone?

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    i sometimes get them .....
    i presumed they were skin, similar to the little nodes that appear on arms etc.
    they appear for a little while and then disappear, i presume are absorbed back into the body.
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    Hi there. Sorry but I did not see this!

    i get two kinds of "bumps". The ones from my discoid lupus do not hurt and the ones I get now in my head when I am about to flare do. Here is a little I for around about the different ways Lupus can affect the skin. Hope it helps!

    http://www.lupus.org/answers/entry/h...s-affects-skin
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    I, too, get little bumps occasionally that do not hurt. Like Steve, often times they are absorbed back into the skin. If they become bothersome, open or ulcerated, it might be a good idea for you to have them looked at. Best of Luck.

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