Welcome to Lupus Crazy, where I promise to never call you the “c” word, crazy…
Hello, my name is Stacey and I thank you for being here. I’m 40-something years old and I was diagnosed with lupus in 2005. Up until that time, I felt crazy countless times and to varying degrees. I questioned if my symptoms were all in my head. Why was nothing showing up during doctor exams or on lab tests? Why didn’t doctors believe me? Am I a hypochondriac?
When I was finally diagnosed with lupus, I felt an enormous relief. Now I had an answer. Best of all, I wasn’t crazy! I want to reassure you that you are not crazy either. Want to know more? Read my blog entries, where I share my medical and life experiences through lupus and follow along my journey one blog post at a time, and connect with me via Facebook and Twitter!
I humbly thank YOU for being here. It means more to me than I can express.
- I entered the courthouse, filed into the mandatory security screening. Then I was shocked silent from the verbal brutality. (It is my private business that I have a lupus handicap.) Read More
- My choices were rather simple and straight forward: 1. undergo brain surgery, or 2. risk potential paralysis Read More