About Me: Female, 30, Houston, TX, member since Feb 2010
I was dignosed with Stills disease back in the f
[More]all of 2007 and it has slowly evolved in to a case of Lupus. I am 24 years old and been very healthy my whole life. I love to swim and exercise, I play Jazz Piano and I am a song writer, my passion for music is life to my soul.
Just a quick note My Aunt was diagnosed with Lupus over twenty years ago and she still doing fin just take your medications be careful out there but the main thing be strong, ositive and ofcourse try to live as happy as possible that plays an important part in health regardless of anything else.
Hi, no problem. I was diagnosed with lupus in October 2008, so almost a year and a half ago. I'm very new at this too! But I have gotten A LOT better since then (I was really sick at first), so just hang in there because it will get better.
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