May 6 Fact

Butterflies of Hope
Spreading Lupus Awareness One Butterfly at a time

Let this butterfly flutter all over cyberspace!
May 6 Lupus Fact

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Lupus is hard to diagnose. It’s often mistaken for other diseases. For this reason, lupus has been called the “great imitator.” The signs of lupus differ from person to person. Some people have just a few signs; others have more.  Common signs of lupus are: Red rash or color change on the face (often in the shape of a butterfly across the nose and cheeks), Painful or swollen joints, Unexplained fever,Chest pain (with deep breathing), Swollen glands, Extreme fatigue (feeling tired all the time), Unusual hair loss (mainly on the scalp),Pale or purple fingers or toes from cold or stress, Sensitivity to the sun, Low blood count, depression, trouble thinking, and/or memory problems.

This is your sixth butterfly of hope.
We need awareness and a cure!
Encourage everyone you know to let it FLY!

#LupusInColor #ButterfliesOfHope #FlightoftheButterflies #SpreadLupusAwareness

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