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    What are your favorite gastroparesis-friendly snacks, meals, and drinks?

    <p>What are your favorite gastroparesis-friendly snacks, meals, and drinks?</p>
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    No pain today #Scleroderma

    Today I woke up to very little pain. Scleroderma does that. You wake up and ask sclero “what are you up to today?” So today I’m going to grab the day, grab a coffee, grab a shower, grab grab grab because tomorrow is hopefully another day where I can wake up and ask sclero “what are you up to today ?” xo

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    That getting sucked in feeling! Having a good heart sometimes gets us in a whirlpool of disappointment.

    <p>That getting sucked in feeling! Having a good heart sometimes gets us in a whirlpool of disappointment.</p>
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    Home sweet home

    <p>Home sweet home</p>
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    Slowdown and smell the flowers

    <p>Slowdown and smell the flowers</p>
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    Here’s my Celtic Zodiac sign, the REED! What’s your Celtic Zodiac sign in picture form?

    <p>Here’s my Celtic Zodiac sign, the REED! What’s your Celtic Zodiac sign in picture form?</p>
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    Hello! New here. I'm 28 with recently diagnosed UCTD and inflammatory polyarthritis. I had positive antibodies to scleroderma as well but not enough clinical symptoms to be diagnosed with that for now. I was just started on Prednisone and Plaquenil. I was told about the risks to vision and potential GI upset. How long does it usually take to tell a difference with Plaquenil, and do the side effects lessen as you adjust to being on it? Does anyone here have tips for handling this condition or experience with it transitioning to a more defined CTD? #UndifferentiatedConnectiveTissueDisease #Plaquenil #Gatheringknowledge

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    Sometimes what’s underneath is what’s beautiful

    <p>Sometimes what’s underneath is what’s beautiful</p>
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