In Kenya, there are about 200,000 persons living with Lupus. You could very likely know someone who lives with Lupus!
We are here, if your doctor, after looking over your tests, and examining your body and recording your symptoms, possibly over a few days/weeks, decides that you indeed have Lupus.
The thing about Lupus is that there is no one test that can tell you if you have Lupus or not. However, there are certain combinations of tests, and symptoms that can be observed that would lead a doctor to determine that you have Lupus.
Over the next few weeks leading up to the International Lupus Awareness Month in May, I’m going to go back to the basics of what Lupus is, for my own sake as a Lupus patient, but also for everyone who stops by on these pages.
Did you miss the She Blossoms for Lupus Concert on March 5th at Shalom House? Enjoy the photos below and plan to join us for the next concert at the…
90% of persons living with Lupus are women. It is not surprising then that the question of pregnancy and motherhood while living with Lupus would come up. so often!
We are so excited to announce our first event of the year! The She Blossoms for Lupus Concert for Hope will be held at Shalom House, Daniel Comboni Road, Dagoretti…
“Well, it is lupus, it was lupus all along. It was never arthritis, neither was it an allergic skin reaction! Too bad we didn’t think of it earlier.” When your…
Our volunteer assignments range from event organising to social media and patient support in medical advocacy or fundraising as well support for She Blossoms through merchandise creation and sales, accounting, graphics design, video editing for PSAs and so on.
At She Blossoms, we decided to handle Lupus Awareness by actively talking about Lupus online, but also by creating opportunities to celebrate persons living with Chronic illness for their courage and strength in dealing with every day life.