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They May Look Like A Typical Couple, But Severe Fibromyalgia Cripples Shulamis Daily

Friday 14 July 2017

 

From Orthodox Jewish online news publication The Yeshiva World:

 

Shulamit with her husband on porch with logo
(Milka's Fund for Shulamit)
 

They May Look Like A Typical Couple, But Severe Fibromyalgia Cripples Shulamis Daily

July 12, 2017
© 2017 | The Yeshiva World

Try to imagine what it must be like for a young mother to be chronically ill for decades. Shulamit M. is just 46 years old but she has been sick since she was in her 20’s.

Shortly after her wedding to her husband Yitzchak, Shulamit M. of Beitar developed a severe case of Fibromyalgia. It immediately manifested itself in constant, excruciating joint pains, extreme weakness and tremors. She also developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with its myriad of debilitating symptoms, and then just a few years later, a terrible skin condition.

All these painful issues took a heavy toll on Shulamit’s life. She couldn’t work or take care of anything in their home like cooking for her family or cleaning. She could barely walk or spend quality time with her children. She has been primarily bedridden ever since her initial diagnosis, dealing with all these issues all this time.

 

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