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A Woman's Life With Lupus And Fibromyalgia

Thursday 31 May 2018

 

From US TV station KPLC:

 

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A woman's life with Lupus and Fibromyalgia

By Kayla Courvell, Reporter
Wednesday, May 30th 2018
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KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

MOSS BLUFF, LA (KPLC) -

It’s an invisible illness that many people believe doesn’t exist.

“Lupus is an autoimmune disease," says patient Miranda Gradnigo, "Your cells in your body are attacking themselves.”

She was diagnosed with Lupus 8 years ago and on top of that, doctors told her she had fibromyalgia.

“Basically it's a pain that you're living with every day,” Gradnigo says, “You can wake up in the morning with a chronic pain and throughout the day it may subside or it may not subside.”

Gradnigo says the diagnoses turned her life upside down.“I used to say I would go from 0 to 100, now I just go from 0 to 0.”

 

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