Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease that occurs when your body's immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems — including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs.
Lupus can be difficult to diagnose because its signs and symptoms often mimic those of other ailments. The most distinctive sign of lupus — a facial rash that resembles the wings of a butterfly unfolding across both cheeks — occurs in many but not all cases of lupus.
Some people are born with a tendency toward developing lupus, which may be triggered by infections, certain drugs or even sunlight. While there's no cure for lupus, treatments can help control symptoms.
Causes--Lupus occurs when your immune system attacks healthy tissue in your body. It's likely that lupus results from a combination of your genetics and your environment. It appears that people with an inherited predisposition for lupus may develop the disease when they come into contact with something in the environment that can trigger lupus. The cause for lupus in most cases, however, is unknown. Some potential triggers include:
Sunlight. Exposure to the sun may bring on lupus skin lesions or trigger an internal response in susceptible people.
Infections. Having an infection can initiate lupus or cause a relapse in some people.
Medications. Lupus can be triggered by certain types of anti-seizure medications, blood pressure medications and antibiotics. People who have drug-induced lupus usually see their symptoms go away when they stop taking the medications
Symptoms--No two cases of lupus are exactly alike. Signs and symptoms may come on suddenly or develop slowly, may be mild or severe, and may be temporary or permanent. Most people with lupus have mild disease characterized by episodes — called flares — when signs and symptoms get worse for a while, then improve or even disappear completely for a time.
The signs and symptoms of lupus that you experience will depend on which body systems are affected by the disease. The most common signs and symptoms include:--Fatigue and fever, Joint pain, stiffness and swelling, Butterfly-shaped rash on the face that covers the cheeks and bridge of the nose, Skin lesions that appear or worsen with sun exposure (photosensitivity), Fingers and toes that turn white or blue when exposed to cold or during stressful periods (Raynaud's phenomenon), Shortness of breath, Chest pain, Dry eyes,Headaches, confusion and memory loss
ALUMINA 30- Pale face . Blue lips with lupus on the nose
APIS MELLIFICA 30- Lupus like characteristic effect like stings of the bees with rosy swelling and stinging pains and intolerance of heat and slightest touch
ARSENICUM ALB 30- Great debility , restlessness, burning sensation,  better by hot application and worse by cold application. Unquenchable thirst
AURUM MURIATICUM 3X- If the nose of the nose seems to be involved and there is very offensive discharge from the nose
BACILLINUM 200- The treatment should be started with this remedy and the indicated remedy should be given after seven days
CISTUS CANADENSIS 30- Lupus with hard and indurated glands. Skin hard , dry , fissured with deep cracks Itching all over. It can be used locally in tincture 5 drops in one ounce of water to wash and arrest the fetid discharge
GRAPHITES 200- Lupus of nose when there is obstruction of the nares , cracked skin and every injury tend to ulceration
GUAREA Q- Lupus with red , yellow or brown pigmentation of the skin . Yellow spots on the temple
HYDRSTIS CANADENSIS Q- Lupus. Ulceration of the skin with thick yellowish ropy secretion. It should be applied locally mixed with glycerine in the ratio 1: 4
HYDROCOTYLE ASIATICA Q- Dry eruptions with great thickening  of the epidermal layer and exfoliation of scales. Lupus without ulceration. There is profuse ulceration
KALI BICHROMICUM 30- Papular or vesicular eruptions resembling small pox with itching and burning
NATRUM CARB 30- Worse going in the sun. Disseminated erythematous lupus
RADIUM BROMATUM 30- Inflammation and swelling of the skin with ulceration and redness. Burning of skin and itching
SCROPHULARIA NODOSA Q- An excellent remedy  in cases of lupus ulceration. It can also be used externally
SEPIA 30- Brown saddle across the nose. Aversion to loved ones and family members
STAPHYSAGRIA 6X- There are ulcers inside or outside the nose with bruised pain in the arms and legs

THUJA OCC 1000- Treatment may be started with this remedy. Next indicated remedy be given after 24 hours of its use. In some cases this remedy alone in 30 potency can be used for long period  may cure the disease 

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