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New Center Derm/Rheum clinic

After having such a bad experience with the dermatologist at the HF Troy campus, my rheummy recommended to go to the New Center clinic.  She told me they are familiar  with lupus.  They are only open once a month on Fridays.  So I thought, what the hell why not try this.  So I did…

First, let me say they (the staff) were very friendly and didn’t push me along. They first person I saw was the resident and she was very attentive. She listened to my medical history and asked lots of questions too.  After she and I talked, she came back with the doctor and doctors-in-training and my rheummy’s backup doctor.  It was very crowded in this little room.  Anywho, the doctor looked at my scalp and my hands.  Of course, my sores were gone.  Luckily, I did take a picture but it wasn’t good but he got the idea.  So the sores on my lips are going to be treated as cold sores since I am on immune suppressants.  I haven’t picked up my Rx yet but he told me that the side effects are very minimum (headache and sleepy).  But it was so nice to have someone medically listening instead of pushing me along.  I have to follow up in 2 months to see how I am doing on this cold sore antibiotic.

So today is a good day, medically and physically.  I love these good days since I can do things that I normally don’t.  I think my fitbit helps me move too with these solo challenges.

Thanks for reading and stopping by.  I do appreciate all the good thoughts to help me and other Lupus warriors get along.  Now….I am going to find me some chocolate and enjoy this afternoon before the rain comes!



Just me trying to make ever day count.

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