Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: FAQ

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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a systemic autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation and affects all the major organs of the body. Being a systemic inflammatory disorder, lupus commonly presents a multitude of symptoms.

Interested in knowing what the symptoms of lupus are? Read more about it here.

If you suffer from lupus, you’ve probably already been asked several questions about your disease. What is lupus? What’s it like to live with lupus? Is it contagious? And so on and so on. If so, you will understand what this video from XOkristingabrielle is all about. In 2012 she shared this FAQ video on her youtube account which features questions people used to ask her about lupus. Watch to find out more about her story, how her life living with this chronic autoimmune disease is, and what tips and advice she has for you.

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