Lupus and Pregnancy: Is It Safe?

If you have lupus, you may be concerned about trying to conceive or how the disease will affect your pregnancy. A Cleveland Clinic expert says all pregnancies are considered high risk if you have lupus. But for most women with lupus, a healthy pregnancy is possible.

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Lupus and Vacation: Tips to Prevent Flares

If you have lupus, you should avoid sun exposure, as this can lead to rashes, arthritis flares or even serious inflammation of your organs. This Cleveland Clinic expert offers tips to help you enjoy outdoor activities even if you have sun sensitivities because of lupus.

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