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Once you have been diagnosed with sarcoidosis, it’s more than likely that you will have lots of questions that will need to be answered.

  • The one question that most people need answered is to simply understand the condition itself.
  • How it may affect your life on a day to day basis.
  • How will you manage your symptoms
  • What treatments are currently available

Being diagnosed with sarcoidosis does not mean your life has stopped but it will affect you in some way. You may have to think about your job especially if the environment is dusty or the work is too heavy.

Diet:

It is very important that you have a healthy diet.

Exercise:

Will of course depend on how severe your symptoms are, you may be very short of breath or you are feeling very tired and have little energy to do any exercise.

Managing your Symptoms:

Breathlessness, fatigue, painful joints

General Practitioner:

How he can help you

Social Welfare Benefits and Financial Support:

You may be entitled to benefits while you are receiving treatment especially if it’s over a long period.

Travel and going on holiday:

It is important that you continue to do the things that you always did and enjoyed.

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