Tag Archives: LAM stories

Being a Nana with LAM

On April 1, 2013, my whole life changed. I was diagnosed with LAM. I was [...]


Being a godparent with LAM

My name is Catrin. I’m 45 years old, married, and live in Germany close to the [...]

Being a working mom with LAM

In 2008, I was in my final weeks of graduate school at the University of [...]


Doing physical therapy with LAM

Hi my name is Bree and I live in the coastal town of Capel Sound [...]

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Worldwide LAM Awareness Month

June is Worldwide LAM Awareness Month (WWLAM)! Ten women contributed their stories for us to share [...]

How LAM impacts daily life

People who don’t have lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) probably don’t understand what it’s like living with a [...]

Positive perspectives for women with LAM

Having lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) is awful. Not only is the physical decline challenging, the psychological effects [...]

Advice for newly diagnosed women with LAM

I know first hand how scary it is to get a diagnosis of lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). [...]


Being your own advocate

Being your own advocate and trusting your instincts is so important when you have a [...]

LAM community support

Being an active member of the lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) community has really helped me cope with [...]