In Honor of Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month- More Doctors for Me

March is Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month and to celebrate it I get to, guess what, yes you guessed it. I will have unexpected doctors’ appointments. It started with one yesterday more on that later in the post.

First I want to give a shout out to my fellow bloggers who live with an autoimmune disease. I know what it is like to with autoimmune issues. I live with more than one.

Lately I have been having pain in my side off and on, so I went to my GP. Yes, there was another blood test that I didn’t study for. Next Monday lucky me gets to go have a CT scan and they said something about drinking “contrast” first. Somehow I don’t think it is chocolate flavored.

I am so looking forward to Jesus returning or taking me to heaven either way, no more chronic illnes.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

19 thoughts on “In Honor of Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month- More Doctors for Me

  1. I pray that God delivers you from the snares of autoimmune diseases, I pray that he brings you comfort and free you of your pain. I myself, deal with poly-numeral neuropathy…I have extensive nerve damage throughout my body, but God is a healing God!! As I type without pain today, I am so grateful to say HE is TRULY A HEALING GOD AND I PRAY HE DOES THE SAME IN YOUR LIFE-JOURNALING TO MY TRUTH!!

  2. Sending prayers, brother, and I heartily agree with you! Looking forward to the day Jesus says, “Come on, let’s go.” Imagine the wonder of a body that never hurts or breaks down! In the meantime, may He keep on being our strength.

  3. Hello my brother, yes autoimmune is my thorn also, the CT drink is pretty tasteless, you got this ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ being gluten and dairy free helps but if exposed itโ€™s fatigue, muscle pain and guts fried. Praying you find peace and rest.

  4. Itโ€™s a good thing your sense of humour and you have the right focus, Jesus
    . One day will take us home. No more sickness or pain or years.
    Keeping you in my prayers brother,

      1. Sheโ€™s coming along. Sheโ€™s just finished three weeks of therapy and will return to the doctor Friday to find out her next steps.

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