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Most Common Lupus Symptoms and Risk Factors


2. Hair Loss can Occur

Because of the inflammation caused by Lupus, hair often becomes a casualty, notes the Mayo Clinic. The face and scalp are usually targets of skin inflammation related to the diseases, adds the source.

This means aside from losing hair from the top of your head, you can even experience eyebrow and beard loss. The hair loss can be subtle and gradual, or can cause hair to fall out in clumps in some cases, explains the clinic.

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