‘What did you do last night?’ I asked myself when my alarm clock went off in the morning. And to clarify, I had done nothing special during that night.
On 6 July 2004, I woke up with a tremendous pain in my right hand. Because I also had a slight rash, my GP immediately referred me to a dermatologist. He (...)
I met my Lupus on a sunny day of April 2003 when I was 23 years old.
A year ago, I was hospitalized because I fainted with seizures. At the time, the (...)
When it was first suggested that I write a patient story for Lupus Europe, I have to say that I felt a little uncomfortable. Firstly, I’m an intensely (...)
My Lupus story doesn’t start in 1993 with an SLE diagnosis, but eight years earlier in 1985, when at the age of 22 I got pneumonia for the first time. O (...)
When I got my lupus diagnosis in 2011 I was a very active young woman with a teaching job and on my way to study for a PHD at Aarhus university. I have a (...)
When Anne Charlet’s teenage daughter complained of extreme fatigue, she thought it was just end-of-school year tiredness or anaemia.
But a precautionary (...)