Kim Kardashian Diagnosed With Lupus And Rheumatoid Arthritis; The TV Star Is Freaking Out

Kim Kardashian was taken aback after knowing that she has been tested positive with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis

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Kim Kardashian Diagnosed With Lupus And Rheumatoid Arthritis; The TV Star Is Freaking Out
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian can deal with all the criticism and trolls that come her way. However, when it comes to her health, the 38-year-old is extremely sensitive. Only recently, Kim Kardashian revealed that she is suffering from a skin disease named psoriasis. And, now, it looks like there’s no end to her health scares. At the premiere episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ latest season, Kim K was taken aback after coming across a shocking revelation made by her doctor. It turns out that KWK Beauty’s head honcho has been tested positive for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, as stated by Dr Wallace.

However, the doctor further added that Kim shouldn’t be entirely relying on the results that came out post her initial screening. Hence, he has advised the reality star to undergo ultrasound scans on her hands and joints to get through the root of her problem. "Your antibodies are positive for Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Sometimes you can get false positives in these screenings," stated the doctor. This had Kim K into tears, as went onto to confront Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner saying, “I am freaking out”. Hours later, Kim also took to her social media and account and expressed her concern.

"Thinking about the pain in my hands and what it could be is really scary and can get you in a scary head space. I was so anxious to just figure out what was wrong,” wrote Kim. Check out her tweet below:

Only last year, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star was diagnosed with carpal tunnel and was advised to avoid putting any kind of strain of her wrists. 
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