I know what you mean I feel the same way not wanting to wash dishe clean the house have a bunch of clutter. I have lupus dignose 12 years ago. I also worked a full time job 40 hours have 5 kids not till last year in May I made the hard desision to go on Disabilty it was very difficult after working for 13 years for the same company. I just could not do it anymore it was too much had to slow down. Now I stay home with my kids trying everyday to get better. I have the same issues with my family no one cares they think because I look good in the outside I should feel fine. Hang in there! Take care!View Thread
Hi my Name is Patty and i was dignose with Lupus 11 years ago, been feeling okay but this year has been hard , I am currently on Disability Im getting Iron infussions for my anemia and i feel so tired and have lots of joint pain kind of flu like systoms. also bad headaches. not feeling good at all. I almost feel like I'm not me HELP!!!View Thread
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