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Tips for staying healthy and managing lupus in every area of your life.
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Hair loss: Expert addresses common concerns
Do you ever wonder about lupus and hair loss?article
Can I have a normal sex life with lupus?
Lupus might complicate your sex life, but you can still enjoy intimacy with your partner.article
Using birth control when you have lupus
If you have lupus, you'll want to consider your body's unique needs when choosing birth control.article
Protecting your eyesight when taking Plaquenil
Some lupus treatments have the potential for eye health side-effects. Know the warning signs.article
Skin Therapy: Dermatologic options can help repair skin damaged by lupus
Lupus experts say reparative treatments for disfiguring scars can improve quality of life.article
Employment and workplace productivity
Contributing at work can be important for more than just a paycheck.article
How can rehabilitation professionals help me?
Rehabilitation professionals can help you function to the best of your ability in the workplace.article
When lupus affects the feet
People with lupus often experience foot problems such as swelling, pain, and Raynaud's phenomenon.article
Access to care: What is being done, and for whom?
By understanding what restricts access to care, treatments can become more widely available.article
Dealing with feelings of anger or frustration
Occasional feelings of anger, confusion, and frustration are not uncommon.article
Lupus and depression: Know the signs and how to get help
Learn the symptoms and causes of clinical depression, and what you can do to recover.article
Can clinical depression be caused by the effects of lupus on the brain?
Lupus can affect all organs of the body, including the brainarticle
If I have lupus, can I still breastfeed my baby?
Most women with lupus can still breastfeed their babies.article
If I am pregnant, can I still be treated for antiphospholipid antibodies?
Pregnancies in women with antiphospholipid antibodies are considered to be “high risk.”article
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