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I know that sometimes I have asked Why Me? Especially during that first year when I was diagnosed. I didn't understand why this had to happen to me. Why did I have to go from being pretty healthy to almost a feather in the wind and no one knowing what was going on with me. I had so many questions at the time. I still have a lot of questions and the doctors don't seem to be able to answer with a decise answer. They say what they want to say but don't give me hope. Of course I have learned that sometimes doctors don't always know what is really going on. They just know what they learned in medical school. They have the knowledge of the diseases but they don't know what it is like to be a patient and live with the disease. They think they have all of the answers when in reality they only have half of the answers.
hon ... I don't have the answer(s) for you because while I don't have an autoimmune disorder I do have a mental disorder and most times the doctors seem to play a game of trial and error with my treatment also.
Just know that I am here for you k?
xxx Lisa xxx
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I have asked myself (and God) that same question so many times. And I totally agree about the doctors. They have knowledge *of* the diseases, but have no idea what it is like to be the ones living with it every day. Sometimes I get so frustrated when I know what works for my body better than my doctors do, but they refuse to lisen to me.