Scleroderma can affect everyone differently
Regardless of how scleroderma affects you, there are things you can do to manage your symptoms. There may not be a cure for scleroderma yet, but it can be treated and managed. With a combination of treatments and approaches, people with this condition are now living long full lives.
Discover ways to manage other symptoms.Managing symptoms
A diagnosis of scleroderma can be difficult to come to terms with. But learning from others, leaning on those around you and making plans can help you maintain your wellbeing.
Scleroderma and lungs
It is important to determine if scleroderma is affecting your lungs as soon as possible. If you have lung symptoms, your doctor can help you find ways to lessen their impact on your life.
Thought of the day
Understanding as much as you can about the disease, can help you and your doctor make decisions that are right for you.
Learn who is involved
The type of doctors and nurses you see will depend on your symptoms. Learn who might be on your care team.
Regular monitoring is important
Symptoms of scleroderma may change over time. Find out how regular monitoring can help keep the disease in check.