Adhesive capulitis, also known as frozen shoulder syndrome, is something I had never heard of or come across in my research about Lupus. But, as I describe in my entry for today, it’s actually something that Lupus patients suffer ….
Days like today remind me that my pain can always get worse. Just when I think I’ve dealt with the worst of it, Lupus inflammation sets off a chain reaction of pain to my skin, my joints, and internally. As my level of Lupus pain ….
When you have Lupus, are you ever really able to enjoy a vacation without suffering enormous consequences upon returning home? I did my best to plan our trip to the California coast, taking into consideration all my needs for ….
The excruciating body pain today along with the debilitating fear of the unknown could possibly have taken over me today. Despite it all, the strength of my spiritual connection fortified by time in my garden and a beautiful sunset ….
As this month comes to a close, it’s hard to believe that I’m still dealing with these autoimmune hives. They’re affecting every part of my being–my body, my personality, my mindset. Although I’m following ….
All the hoop-la caused by the hives and the resulting blood test and biopsy have calmed down a bit now that both tests came back negative for urticarial vasculitis. For those few of waiting and taking ….
I’m taken by surprise again with my health. For some unknown reason (as usual), I began to experience autoimmune hives again. Those awful red and itchy raised welts, and this time, they’re back with a vengeance!