Unexplained fevers- having fevers for an unknown reason can be one of the first signs for lupus. These temperatures will usually stay between 36.9˚C and 38.3˚C, so you might not think to see a doctor. If you have lupus then you may experience fevers on and off. This may be a sign of inflammation, infection or a lupus flare-up, so if you have recurrent fevers then it may be a good idea to book an appointment to see your doctor.
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