Systematic Symptoms of Lupus Nephritis
Lupus Nephritis is a kidney disease that is caused by autoimmune disease. Lupus or SLE not only affects kidneys only, it also involves many other organs.
Lupus symptoms vary from person to person. For patients who are suffering from early stages of lupus, the symptoms are still unnoticeable. However on the long run, the symptoms will get worse unless they are managed and treated accordingly.
Most patients with lupus or lupus nephritis will feel tired, weak, fatigue and weight loss without specific cause. Most patients will experience high fever and even some of them undergo the high fever of 39℃.
Most patients usually appear to have damages in skin. Over half of them will undergo butterfly-shaped red spot on the face. Besides, urticaria, Discoid Rash, Purpura, dental ulcer etc is common to see. Hair loss may also happen on them. And hair loss is an indicator of active phase.
The inflammation of joints is another symptom that is directly associated with lupus. The intensity and frequency of joint pain is similar to that of patients suffering from arthritis. Again, pain is mainly caused by the inflammation process occurring at the cellular and tissue level of patients with lupus.
Kidney failure is the worst complication related to chronic systemic lupus erythematosus. Patients are advised to undergo several diagnostic examinations to identify the type and extent of kidney disease for proper treatment.
You may also experience of other symptoms, such as edema due to kidney damages, anemia, dry eyes, malaise, mouth and nose ulcers etc.
Your treatments depend on how bad the symptom is infecting the body, what organs are affected and how much it affected your daily life. And more important, the treatment should deal with the underlying disorder, that is, autoimmune disease, the immune system disorder. For more details, please leave message below or contact whatsapp:+8618703318105