Sjogren's syndrome was hard to deal with but thanks to my will power I did it, says Kirtida - She Slays

Sjogren's syndrome was hard to deal with but thanks to my will power I did it, says Kirtida - She Slays

This week on SheSlays we have with us, Ms. Kirtida Kirtida Oza was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome, a rare rheumatic condition, after 13 long years of struggling with her symptoms in 2002. She experienced sudden fevers, respiratory problems, burning blurry eyes, dental problems and had a weak immunity. Sjogren is an autoimmune condition, which progresses with age. Kirtida is truly a champion who has battled all curveballs life throws her way. With her steely determination and zest for life, she started Sjogren India, a support group for patients battling this debilitating disease in India.

Sjogren's syndrome was hard to deal with but thanks to my will power I did it, says Kirtida - She SlaysThis week on SheSlays we have with us, Ms. Kirtida Kirtida Oza was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome, a rare rheumatic condition, after 13 long years of struggling with her symptoms in 2002. She experienced sudden fevers, respiratory problems, burning blurry eyes, dental problems and had a weak immunity. Sjogren is an autoimmune condition, which progresses with age. Kirtida is truly a champion who has battled all curveballs life throws her way. With her steely determination and zest for life, she started Sjogren India, a support group for patients battling this debilitating disease in India.

This week on SheSlays we have with us, Ms. Kirtida Kirtida Oza was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome, a rare rheumatic condition, after 13 long years of struggling with her symptoms in 2002. She experienced sudden fevers, respiratory problems, burning blurry eyes, dental problems and had a weak immunity. Sjogren is an autoimmune condition, which progresses with age. Kirtida is truly a champion who has battled all curveballs life throws her way. With her steely determination and zest for life, she started Sjogren India, a support group for patients battling this debilitating disease in India.

Sjogren's syndrome was hard to deal with but thanks to my will power I did it, says Kirtida
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