Since the birth of a child 27-yrs ago, I've had a complicated history of autoimmune illnesses, ranging from psoriatic arthritis, fibromylsia, iritis (inflammation of eyes), and Sjogren's Syndrome. (dry eyes and mouth). 23 years ago, I also had thyroid cancer. And then last August, I had part of my kidney removed due to an early cancer. Still, I think of myself as a well person; however, I am also very frustrated with what now may be IC. Wondered if anyone has had autoimmune illnesses, too? And if so, what works best to alleviate the flairs? Thanks, WannaBWell
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