The main thing is that she has to take 4 pills everyday or she might get tired and become sick. But otherwise she is normal. I am asking for my sister. She is 22. She can do most things a normal person can do and can live just as long and can have kids. Her disease is usually not genetic or hereditary but it can be related. (She has it we think because of a related disease that my grandparents had when they were younger but I don't have it) So if you found out the girl you like had this would you still want to date or marry her? Be honest but I would like to know if you say no why not?
- Yes/probably71% (36)66% (52)68% (88)Vote
- No/probably not29% (15)34% (27)32% (42)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
you say "auto-immune disease," and many people instantly think of AIDS or an equivalent.
There are many kinds. Hell, I have one.
The idea of dating someone with an autoimmune condition doesn't bother me. It just means I need to be aware of her needs and how she is feeling.
My big concern is the potential hereditary nature of the condition, because, seeing as I have a mild condition also, and I would like to be a father one day, I worry that if both parents had immune conditions, it could ensure that our child would face health issues of their own.0
Most Helpful Girl
I voted yes, since I have an autoimmune disorder as well and I'm not a hypocrite. It's not contagious or anything like that. But I still feel bad being sick, like it's unfair to the guy. He doesn't have to do anything for me, I can manage this on my own, but still. Your sister sounds better off than what I have, so I don't see issues with her dating guys that want to.0