What are Symptoms of Lupus?

Lupus can affect many different organs, so there can be a wide range of symptoms and they can come and go, or change over time. The most common symptoms of lupus are extreme fatigue, headaches, swollen joints, fever, anemia, swelling in the extremities and around the eyes, chest pain when breathing deeply, a rash on the cheeks and nose, sensitivity to light, hair loss, fingers turning white or blue when cold and ulcers in the mouth or nose.