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  1. You know, I’m pretty sure that we are given these autoimmune issues as a wake up call to fix this whole planet. The things we do will not affect only for the things around us but directly to us also. Since we as human race seem to be really lazy to make any chances if not forced maybe this is one way we are tried to make that change in our lives. I do believe also that only way out is to clean our lives. Sadly the school medicine seems to do it’s bets to hide the symptoms instead of givin real answers. But if enough people make the shift the school medicine has to follow

    1. Viivi, you are SO right! I agree with everything you said. We live in a world that places convenience (and profits) above all else, but at what cost? I am glad you see the writing on the wall. Together, I do believe we can change the world… It is unfortunate though that so many of us will get sick before waking up. Thanks for reading!

  2. Wow, this mirrors my situation exactly. I hope in both our cases they eventually find a diagnosis–I know many times it doesn’t change things, but somehow it’s more reassuring to have a label to put on how you are feeling. Thank you for sharing; it helps to know that others are feeling the same things I am and facing the same struggles with a concrete diagnosis. Sending you words of encouragement and wishing you the best!

    1. Elisa, thank you! It really seems that there are many people in our boat. We are definitely not alone. I agree that it would be nice to finally say to people “I have this disease…” rather than fumbling for words to explain what’s going on. Thank you so much for reading and leaving a comment, Elisa! I wish you the best as well on your autoimmune journey.

  3. I hope you find your answers. There is a disease called Sheehans Syndrome which mimics a lot of autoimmune diseases. This happens after you give birth and your blood pressure drops and you hemorrhage which can cause substantial damage to the pituitary. Read up on it and have your doctor test you in that direction and you might get your answer. Again, if this doesn’t yield answers, I hope you and your doctor can find another answer.

    1. Hi Mary, I’ve heard of Sheehan’s before, but never thought about it for this situation. You bring up a good point, especially since this all happened after giving birth. Thank you, Mary, for taking the time to pass this along. I really appreciate it.

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