I dont know where to start or what to say, except, im in the process of getting my lupus comfermed.Im looking forward to being able to enteract with other people who can understand that just because you make look like there is nothing wrong with you doesnt mean, that you can be very ill and to tired to function.Im going through alot of personal problems right now that are related to my job. I was assulted last september 2012 on the job, it has lead to many other problems at this point in my life.Ive dealt with depression for many years now and always thought it was due to dealing with my mothers alzhiermers before her death serveral years ago. I now realize, that I have more then likely had lupus for a long time.Im looking forward to learning more about my lupus, so that I can be happy again in living!View Thread
Well I had my bloodwork done a second time and now im being told I have fibromyaligia, I cant wait to see my family doctor and see what he has to say. I am also looking forward to seeing a rumatoligist to get diagnosed properlyView Thread
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