In Case You Missed It: Highlights From May 2022!

Here at HSDisease.com, we have many new and exciting things happening each month. On this site and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, we love to share information and connect with those living with hidradenitis suppurativa (HS). We also offer a place to post your personal thoughts and experiences, which can help others feel less alone.

We publish new articles, forums, and stories each month, so it is easy to miss one! Check out some of the highlights from May below.

Popular articles in May

Each week, we publish articles written by our outstanding patient leaders about a broad range of topics. Subjects include daily life with HS, tips and tricks for wound care, personal experiences, advocacy, and more.

Here are our most popular articles published in May:

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Popular forum topics in May

Our forums are a place to discuss all things HS with other HS warriors, caregivers, and medical professionals. Many of you asked and answered questions in our forums in May. This led to some interesting discussions!

Here are some popular forum topics from May:

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May story submissions

A few of our community members shared their own stories about living with HS. Knowing there are others going through a similar experience can make a huge difference in a person's life. We are so thankful to everyone who has taken the time to share their personal story.

Here are the stories our community members shared in May:

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Thank you to our wonderful patient leaders and community members who make this community so great! You are the heart of our community, and none of this would exist without you! We are so grateful you are here. 💜

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