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Photos and events added
The Sterling Sturgeon Memorial Ball Tournament raised $2000 for Lupus NB. Photos from the day are added. Another walk to come Aug. 25th. Check events page for details.
events calendar updates
Dates for the Lupus NB Medical Symposium and the 56th Annual Sterling Sturgeon Memorial Ball Game announced. Photos from the May 12th Walk for lupus to come soon!
Feb. 25-26/2012 at the Irishtown Community Center. See Events page for details.
Lupus New Brunswick
Walk For Lupus May 12th, 2012
May 12th, 2012 at Centennial Park in Moncton, NB. Photos have also been added for the 2011 Walk For Lupus Event. The 2011 Walk for lupus on May 14th, 2011 at Centennial Park in Moncton was a great success! Fundraising totals to be announced! It's not too late to pledge! We're still accepting pledges beyond the walk. The 2011 Walk for lupus will be held on May 14th, 2011 at Centennial Park in Moncton. If you haven't already, please view our homepage and click the banner link for Rexton Elentary's Dream Playground. Every vote counts! Announcements for October, 2010 have been archived. Our website has been redesigned to allow for easier, more frequent updates and some upcoming features.
How to deal with a bad diagnosis
When you find the bad news and the diagnosis is established, you would do anything to change it. You would want to turn back in time and prevent the health problem, but you know that is not possible. So you do everything you can to brace yourself and prepare to treat your disease. Sometimes even patients with Lupus try to cope with their problem and focus on other things, such as male enhancement.
Is Lupus a bad diagnosis?
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that might manifest with a series of symptoms. If some patients experience pulmonary issues and redness of the face, others are affected by hair loss, are extremely tired and might have unexplained fever. The severity of the symptoms might vary and coping with Lupus will seem harder in certain days.
People react differently in the same situation. If some patients become introvert and depressed when they find they suffer from Lupus, others try their best to maintain a healthy lifestyle and alleviate their symptoms as much as they can. Some men who deal with this serious illness focus on their ego and try male enhancement options to feel better about themselves. They use Vimax to increase their penile size and obtain harder, more intense erections in the comfort of their home.
With Vimax ingredients patients will naturally treat erectile dysfunction, eliminate the rare episodes of erectile dysfunction and increase penis size by up to 2-3 centimeters. Since the ingredients are extracted from potent herbs, Vimax will not cause any side effects. These pills will not interfere with your treatment for Lupus, however, you should consult your physician prior to taking them.
Be brave and take Vimax to deal with it
You are not alone, so request the help of your friends and families. Lupus is a diagnosis that might bring you down when you will first hear it, but it is a disease that you can live with for decades. There will be periods when you will feel extremely tired and your muscles will ache. But your anti-inflammatory pills will diminish your sufferance until it will eventually go away.
Get informed about this autoimmune disease and find about symptoms that might manifest, but do not get scared. Request the professional assistance of doctors and find new ways to cope with your condition. A healthy lifestyle will help you to minimize your symptoms, but it will hardly keep your immune response under control. You know that your immune system attacks your tissues and you cannot control it, but you can at least lower the unpleasant symptoms with the right attitude and efficient treatments.
If you feel that your confidence needs a boost, take Vimax pills and learn to appreciate yourself more. Pack your bags, go on a trip and start to enjoy every little pleasure that life has to offer. Get closer to your friends and relatives, find yourself a new hobby and do not get stuck in depression. Find a helpful partner in someone who has the same symptoms as you do and keep in mind that you are not alone on your battle against Lupus!