Answer: Lupus tends to wax and wane, with periods of no symptoms followed by a flare. Some of the things that can trigger a lupus flare include sunlight, infections, and stress. Your body may give you some clues that a flare is coming, including fatigue, rash, fever, headache, sores in your mouth, or muscle pain.
Anwered By: Pine Island Dental
Posted on: 01 December 2018
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