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Doctor insights on: Can Lupus Cause Excess Sebum

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Sebum (Definition)

The semifluid secretion of the sebaceous glands, consisting chiefly of fat, ...Read more


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What causes lupus to flare other then sunlight?

What causes lupus to flare other then sunlight?

See details: Infection, stress and tobacco use. Often it flares without an obvious cause. ...Read more

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Can lupus cause GI problems?

Can lupus cause GI problems?

Yes: There are several GI issues associated with lupus. The most significant issues are related to vasculitis of abdominal vessels. ...Read more

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Can lupus cause testical pain?

Absolutely. As an: auto(self)immune(complex internal system which best protects from cancer, viruses, fungi & bacteria), any portion of the body can be targeted resulting in what ever consequences. Commonly, the arterial/capillary system is involved in the self-attacks. Since all the cells of our bodies are dependant on blood supply, they can all be damaged/die even if not attacked as a direct target of the disease. ...Read more

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Can stress cause lupus symptoms?

Can stress cause lupus symptoms?

Indirectly: Stress can cause lupus to flare or lupus symptoms to worsen. However, stress by itself cannot cause to lupus to develop. ...Read more

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Could lupus cause enlarged optic nerves?

Lupus can...: Systemic lupus erythematosus can cause optic neuritis which can enlarge the nerves secondary to inflammation, but you would have eye and/or visual issues as well. Simply seeing this on MRI may mean nothing at all. ...Read more

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Is it true that fibromyalgia can cause lupus?

Is it true that fibromyalgia can cause lupus?

No!: These are completely different diseases. Lupus is an autoimmune rheumatic disease, and fibromyalgia is a central pain amplification disorder. However, systemic lupus patients can have many symptoms of fibromyalgia. ...Read more

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Can lupus cause severe breakouts on the face ?

Can lupus cause severe breakouts on the face ?

Lupus is often: Associate with facial rash. The classical situation is a "butterfly" rash over the mid face -- usually red and dry. ...Read more