Here’s what you need to know about having a healthy pregnancy with PsA and AS.
Rule number one of being a parent with a chronic illness: Keep your sense of humor handy.
Trying-to-conceive and expectant moms should read this.
You want it to be the most wonderful time of the year, but fatigue. And pain. And brain fog. These stress-soothing tips can help you have a healthier and happier holiday season in spite of chronic illness.
You expect your child to complain of aches and pains when they have a cold or the flu, or even after a particularly active day. But what if there’s no obvious cause for their pain? In many cases, these symptoms...
When you’re pregnant, all those prenatal appointments provide much-needed time for you to talk to your doctor about your health concerns. Once you have a newborn in your arms, however, it may seem like the only thing that matters is...
New moms may have many concerns about breastfeeding their newborns — Will the baby latch? Will I produce enough milk? Will I ever sleep again? Women with inflammatory bowel disease, however, have one more important concern: Is my medication safe...
Finding out you’re pregnant when you have an autoimmune disease like inflammatory arthritis is a swirl of a million emotions. You’re thrilled (and perhaps relieved) that you’re finally expecting, but you’re also likely a nervous, anxious wreck. Is it safe...
CJ blogger, The Unexpected Advocate, writes about a tough issue.
I helped my mom around the house when I was a child. She was a single mother with four children – but no help and almost no support. We had chores we were expected to do and they were often...