Same Diseases, Different Treatments
Finding What Works For You
This month at The Disabled Diva I am sharing how I treat my top 4 chronic illnesses: Psoriatic Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Endometriosis, and Psoriasis. Because I recognize that not everybody has access to the natural medications that I use or is ready or able to try alterative therapies, I have invited some of my favorite chronic bloggers to share how they treat the same conditions. This not only gives you an idea of how differently each condition can be treated, but also how unique each person’s experience is. Not one of us is the same, nor is how we medicate, but by sharing how we cope and get through each day can help others who may not have heard of a particular form of treatment. My top four conditions all have over lapping symptoms, not just with each other but there is also a chance that they are similar to your chronic disease.
Please note that my guest bloggers nor I are medical professionals. We are NOT offering medical advice, we are just sharing what hasn’t and what does work for us.
Before I list the blog posts, I have a favor to ask. It would fill my heart with joy if you’d join me in thanking my guest bloggers by sharing their articles, visiting and following their blogs, and following them on social media.
Treating Psoriatic Arthritis Naturally ~The Disabled Diva
How Lori-Ann from City Girl Flare Contends with Psoriatic Arthritis ~Lori-Ann Holbrook
Julie’s Psoriatic Arthritis Journey ~Julie Cerrone
What Makes Fibromyalgia Less Frightening for me ~The Disabled Diva
Mr. Fibro Became His Best Advocate ~Norman Hanley
Kim From Grace Is Sufficient Recognizes Her Fibromyalgia Triggers ~Kimberly J Penix
Finding Relief From Endometriosis After My Doctors Gave Up ~The Disabled Diva
Alisha shares her long road to relief from psoriasis ~Alisha Bridges
Treating Psoriasis as Naturally as Possible ~The Disabled Diva
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