1. Butterfly Rash
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Over forty percent of all people diagnosed with lupus manifest a red bumpy rash crossing the extent of the bridge of their nose and spreading across the cheeks Your chest is the second most common place for a rash to arise. This generally starts as one raised, red, disc-shaped lesion, or multiple lesions. Exposure to sunlight often makes the lesions worse.
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