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How can I manage my life now that I have an autoimmune disease?

Although there is no cure for autoimmune diseases, you can treat your symptoms and learn to manage your disease, so you can enjoy life! Women with autoimmune diseases lead full, active lives. Your life goals should not have to change. It is important, though, to see a doctor who specializes in these types of diseases.

This answer is based on source information from the National Women's Health Information Center

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