I Have read a "few" things online. I was SHOCKED that when I attended this that the leader told me that A-Medicare "DOES" cover the cost if you are at a BMI 40 OR YOU fAll under the other category of being a diabetic or 100 pounds overweight. I Was a little suprised to see 1 17 yr old almost 18 yr old there and a few self pay people ... One of my biggest questions was do you operate on Lupus patients. She said yes. We def do. I was taken back and suprised. I know the surgery gas gott3n better, I know its such a HUGE life style change but I life my life in so so so so much daily pain every day. I sleep on my back most nights because it hurts to bad to try and use the headboard to pull me over. Its so painfull. Had my 2nd bak surgery in November 2011. I never got better. .I gained about
75 pounds and got worse. I do have lupus anticoagulant disorder and I know that people can still have surgery with this but I am wondeering wich of you have had the surgery and wich surgery did you choose and why,. Has it helped you? ANY INFO IS GREATLY APPRECIATED! And I plan to have a deep one on one with my long time Rheumy before I am sucked into this. Any help is appreciatted. I am on the wire. Need some help. The quality of life that I have with the excruciating pain is unbearable. I can hardly do anything but lay down. Cant even do simple things like go to costco Thanks guys
I have seen some posts on this so hopefiully you wont mind refreshing my mind. THANKS SO MUCH
Have had Lupus about
or 8 years....Kidenys been in remission for about
4 or 5 years.
Diagnosed SLE since 1995, Lupus anticoagulant, Class 4 Kidney disease, depression, seizures & a stroke.
Post Edited (kookla34) : 10/28/2012 8:57:26 PM (GMT-6)