Kim Kardashian's troubles are more than deep.
The reality TV star turned business mogul has written a heartwarming essay on Poosh.com, in which she is expanding her fight against psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.  "Although I always grew up with my mother with psoriasis and heard her talk about her struggle, I actually had no idea what my life would be like to deal with an autoimmune disease," she begins, explaining that it's been 13 years she first experienced psoriasis. "I am the only child to whom my mother referred her autoimmune issue," she adds. "Lucky me, lol."
According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, more than 8 million Americans suffer from this condition.
Kardashian, 38, cures his first psoriasis disease with a shot of cortisone, conveniently delivered since then , a dermatologist, after which she left for five years, only to return to her early 30s.
"For the past eight years, even though the spots are unpredictable, I can always rely on my main right foot spot, which is constantly igniting," she said, adding that "when I got pregnant both times, completely  Kardashian describes his initial experience with the arthritic side of the disease as an initial occurrence when he is unable to pick up his phone or use a toothbrush. At first, she suggested that she was just over training, but over the course of the day, "I have a little more movement in my hands, but they really hurt inside – I felt it in my bones."
I felt so lost, "Kardashian added, noting that soon after she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. However, her doctor explained that she may have a false positive, so she returned three days later to find out that this was indeed true and that her pain was due to psoriatic arthritis.
Kardashian also outlines "about four months" before the diagnosis of arthritis, where she tastes "everything natural – every ointment, cream, serum and foam you can imagine and everything from a dermatologist," including celery juice and herbal tea.
Today, however, she became "Extremely comfortable with my psoriasis."
"If you have psoriasis, you can't let it ruin your life or get the best of you. You have to do what you can to be sure you are comfortable but don't let it take over… i hope my story can to help each other with autoimmune disease to feel confident that there is light at the end of the tunnel. "