Thank you so much, dear people for your wonderful wishes... I read all posts of everyone I knew from long time ago and so sad to see how many of us still here with same old, same old problems! I wished not to see many of you here talking about pain and more pain...
I am lucky and do have finally a good team of Doctors. In fact I was asked to go with my RA Dr to Colombian Presbyterian Hospital in February in order to attend a lecture where she teaches her residents. She read to 200 students my history and they looked at me like I am a very strange creature having such severe problems and if it wouldn't be for my strange walking and cane, nobody would say I am so sick.
They had 30 minutes to ask me many questions and I had to answer them. Another words they had to know how did it start, how do I feel, etc.
It was interesting to find out why was I asked to do it. Only b/c not many people have inherited so many auto-immune conditions in one body, not an old one too, and how in a world I have positive attitude still.
They taped the whole thing (now I am famous LOL) to show to their classes about someone like me who in this situation still smiles and makes jokes.
Personally I don't see anything to be admired for. I am still here, I have such a great support of my family and friends, my hubby is my best friend and loves me regardless... why would I cry than?
It took me a long time to find Doctors who really care, who is interested in helping me even though not of the conditions are curable.
I wish you all the best from the bottom of my heart!
Love and blessings Moldova