Systematic autoimmune disease is known as Lupus. It occurs when the immune system of a body attack to its own cells, tissues and organs. Lupus causes inflammation which may affect body parts-such as brain heart lungs kidney joints blood cell and skin etc.

The symptoms of Systematic autoimmune disease are relatively matched with other diseases. Therefore, it is difficult to diagnose this disease.

Symptoms of lupus

Everybody responses to this disease differently so everyone has different symptoms. The symptoms of Systematic autoimmune disease is depended on the body system. Alike other genetic diseases haemophilia and thalassemia the Lupus has two types: mild and severe.

Mild lupus effects in different time intervals one after the other which are called flares.

The most common symptoms are following below:

  • Fever
  • Joint pain, due to hardness and spelling
  • Fatigue
  • Photosensitive skin. Cannot bear Sun exposure.
  • Dry eyes
  • Rashes butterfly-shaped rashes on face’ cheeks.
  • Headache.
  • Chest pain.
  • Raynaud’s phenomenon such as fingers and toes change their colour blue or white.
  • Breathe Shorten.

Causes of Systematic autoimmune disease

Lupus is a genetic disease which get highlighted after combining with suitable weather.

  • Infection
  • Sunlight
  • Medications

Factors affecting

Factors which stimulate the risk of Lupus are followed:

  • Sex (gender) generally women have high ratio than men.
  • Age. Mostly systematic autoimmune disease diagnoses from 15 to 45 ages.
  • Race the most commonly affected people are African, Americans and Hispanics.

Serious complications

Lupus (systemic autoimmune disease) creates severe complications in body.

Blood and blood vessels: Systematic autoimmune disease can cause blood problems such as bleeding, clotting, anaemia and inflammation in blood vessels – called vasculitis.

CNS and brain: when Lupus affects the brain or CNS (central nervous system) some people have a memory problem or exhibiting their thoughts. Some of the people feel headache, dizziness, vision problem, mood swing and stroke.

Kidney problem: Lupus damages kidneys severely, renal failure is the major factor which causes death.

Lungs: Due to Systematic autoimmune disease having chest infection increases that make breathing problem and pneumonia.

Heart issues: Increase the rate of cardiovascular disease due to the inflammation in heart muscles such as heart attack and cardiac arrest. Inflammation sometimes Lupus causes infection and inflammation due to feeble immune system.

Bone tissue damage due to the lack of blood supply in bones the tissues of bones going to die and bronze eventually collapsed.

Multiple health issues having systematic autoimmune disease increase the risk of many fatal diseases like cancer, stroke, high blood pressure and pregnancy issues like miscarriage and stillbirth.

Treatment

unfortunately, the systematic autoimmune disease has no cure but the aggressiveness of the disease may be reduced sometimes.

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