Living with an autoimmune disease is difficult, but Ashley K shares her journey to healing through her YouTube channel.
In 2013, Ashley noticed some dry patches of skin. As the problem worsened, she visited her doctor to figure out what was wrong. After seeing various dermatologists, Ashley was finally diagnosed with morphea — a form of scleroderma that affects the skin — in 2015.
Ashley K talks about managing her scleroderma through pregnancy and motherhood, and explains some of the tests she has regularly. She says she feels lucky to have fairly mild scleroderma, which allows her to lead a normal healthy life as long as she looks after herself.
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