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What are the symptoms of lupus fog?

Symptoms of lupus fog can occur at any time in an individual that has been diagnosed with lupus, but will often flare up during times of high stress. Most of the time, the affected individual will have generalized trouble verbalizing their ideas. Sometimes memory loss will occur along with the ability to perform everyday, routine tasks. Symptoms can occur intermittently, or be continuous for an extended period of time. Those experiencing foggy symptoms are usually completely aware it is occurring, which leads to high stress and frustration

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