These could be Lupus lesions in your scalp. Almost two-thirds of people with lupus will develop some type of skin disease. Skin disease in lupus can cause rashes or sores (lesions), most of which will appear on sun-exposed areas, such as your face, ears, neck, arms, and legs.
Also, it is not uncommon for many of us with SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosis) to develop DLE (Discoidal Lupus Erythematosis) in our scalp. DLE is a type of lupus that is a skin disease that causes a rash on the face, neck, scalp, and ears.
Lupus skin disease is called cutaneous lupus erythematosus, and it can occur in one of three forms: 1) chronic cutaneous (discoid) lupus erythematosus 2) subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus 3) acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus. Lupus skin rashes and lesions should be treated by a dermatologist (a physician who specializes in caring for the skin). To determine whether a lesion or rash is due to cutaneous lupus, or some other reason, your physician will usually want to look at the tissue under a microscope. In order to do this, they may want to take a tissue sample (biopsy).
Weather it is Lupus lesions or DLE, it can also cause hair loss. However, after treatment (usually Prednisone and Plaquenil), the hair generally always grows back!
Mention the sores to your doctor so that it can be determined exactly what the cause is. Best of Luck!
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