Important points from this text include:

1. Lupus is a chronic condition that causes joint pain, skin rashes, and fatigue.

2. Early treatment can help improve symptoms, although there is no cure for lupus.

3. The main symptoms of lupus include joint and muscle pain, persistent fatigue, and rashes after sun exposure.

4. Other possible symptoms include headaches, mouth ulcers, high temperature, hair loss, weight loss, swollen glands, depression, anxiety, chest or abdominal pain, and changes in finger and toe color (Raynaud’s phenomenon).

5. Lupus symptoms can flare up and worsen before entering a period of remission.

6. The reasons behind flare-ups and remissions are still unknown.

7. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and to discuss treatment options if you suspect you may have lupus.


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