People have been asking a lot of questions since actress Kemi Afolabi announced that she had been diagnosed with lupus for five years by doctors.
With tears in her eyes, Kemi Afolabi recounted what she had been going through since hearing about her death from doctors.
In a video posted on Friday in an interview with Chude Jideonwo, Kemi Afolabi lamented that she was suffering from lupus.
Ever since this rumor has been circulating people have been asking what is lupus and what exactly is causing it?
What is lupus?
According to the UK National Health Service, lupus is a chronic, debilitating, debilitating and debilitating disease.
Lupus is an incurable disease that can be treated for a long time if it is diagnosed early.
It is also a disease that starts gradually before it becomes serious.
At an early age, it causes nausea, constant tiredness, and nightmares.
It is also a disease that causes a person to grow bigger in body, heart, throat and kidneys when he or she is overweight.
When left untreated, it can cause ulcers in the heart, esophagus, and kidneys, and can cause swelling and death.
How can a person treat lupus?
Lupus also known as systemic lupus erythematosus is a disease that is difficult to diagnose because it is similar to other diseases.
Doctors perform a series of tests to diagnose lupus.
People who are suspected of having lupus are also asked to do X-rays for tests on the heart, kidneys and other organs which they think may be harmful.
Anyone who has ever been diagnosed with lupus in his or her own area will need to be checked regularly to keep an eye on him or her regularly.
Examples of lupus
Examples of lupus are:
• Body aches
• Exercise regularly even when resting
• Nose and cheeks
• Oral income
• Hair loss
• Keep the body warm in the sun
What causes lupus?
The cause of lupus has not yet been fully established but it is a serious medical condition.
It is not contagious, which means that it is not a contagious disease.
Here are some common causes of lupus:
• Men should not menstruate anymore
Studies show that lupus is more common in women than in men