Surviving the first trimester with lupus
I can imagine that the first trimester for every pregnant woman is nerve-racking. The first trimester with lupus is even more so. It’s nerve-racking, overwhelming, exciting and scary all at once. Not only do you have to worry about taking care of yourself AND a baby, you also have to worry about miscarriages and how your lupus is going to affect your pregnancy (and your baby).
With lupus I was at a higher risk of miscarriage. I have talked to a ...Continue Reading →
The biggest decision I’ve made with lupus
Hi, my name is Kristie Bauer. I was diagnosed with lupus at the age of 17. I am now 26 and have been through so much. Sometimes I like to look at lupus as an adventure. It keeps life interesting. Usually when you least expect it. Lupus has affected me in many ways including my heart, lungs, kidneys, joints, muscles and more.
Since being diagnosed with lupus, I have graduated high school, moved away to college, graduated college, got my first ...Continue Reading →