If you have ever been sick, please read. If you haven’t, count your blessings and please keep reading.
The day is March 10 and this day six years ago marks the first day down a hellish six-month path to lupus. I had nighttime fevers for two nights until I walked into urgent care. This was the beginning of a whirlwind crisis; I was advised to rush to the ER.
It was thought I had an infection of some sort, but nothing was showing up. I was given medication to help combat this, but ended up having a very severe and life-threatening reaction to it.
So starts the hospital snowball effect.
I had so many ER visits I eventually just left my bag packed next to my bed. I cried every time on the way to the hospital because I felt like such a disappointment to everyone around me, especially my husband at the time. I was affecting his sleep too because you can only go ...Continue Reading →