People with hypermobility have greater challenges in oral care. We're prone to hypermobile teeth that split and attract gum disease, among other problems. Make sure you're practicing the best oral care possible.
It's our 2nd annual Spoonie Small Business Holiday Gift Guide! Loaded with gifts made by and for spoonies!! Find gifts for loved ones, add a few to your own wish list, or find the perfect gift for that special spoonie in your life.
It's been a while since the Zebra Pit has added to our Working with Chronic Illness series. I enlisted the help of spoonie entrepreneur, graphic designer and blogger Kirsten, who owns Graphic Organic and works as a freelance graphic designer. Kirsten was kind enough to lay out a few of the things she found instrumental to building her business and discusses a little about how she manages the needs and constraints of her chronic illness with her work. Please help offer Kirsten a warm Zebra Pit welcome. I hope you appreciate her invaluable advice as much as I do!
There aren't many answers about why MCAS causes infertility or much information about success rates in pregnancy. Until infertility and preganancy in MCAS gets it's momment in the research spotlight, here are a few strong possibilities.
We all want to have a smile as dazzling as our diagnoses (bah-dum-dum), but there are a number of dental issues that are common to people with Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders and the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes that could make a great smile a short-lived treasure. Problems with collagen spell trouble for our teeth and their home, the jaw.