Autoimmune Disease

EP tennis player abandons the U.S. Open. It is an autoimmune disease that affects my energy level and causes fatigue and pain in the joints, as he has pointed out the own player. The American tennis player Venus Williams was forced to leave the US Open, fourth and final great season where the largest of the Williams was proclaimed twice champion, due to some discomfort that, finally, as confirmed by the own tennis, are due to that you suffer from Sjogren’s syndrome. Williams, who announced his retirement before his second round duel against the German Sabine Lisicki, had already absent from much of the tournaments of this year by abdominal pain, enlarged by a virus in the early summer. Now, it has finally reported the diagnosis of his illness. I have recently been diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, an autoimmune disease that affects my energy level and causes fatigue and pain in the joints. I’ve enjoyed playing my first game here and hopefully could continue but now not I can. I appreciate having been diagnosed in time, now I’m going to focus on my recovery and return to the courts as soon as possible, he said. Source of the news: the tennis player Venus Williams suffers from Sjogren’s syndrome