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... The knee arthritis hit first in 1999 and kept getting worse. ... (17 replies)
... ng leg strength followed by my ankles losing all power during the summer of 1989 .It finally got to the point where I had days in which I could barely get out of bed and naturally I had to inform my emplyer that I needed time off until we figured out what was happening to me. ... (2 replies)
... First, my mother has severe arthritis but they are not sure what kind...the dr. ... (2 replies)

Need your help
Aug 23, 2002
... Negative Rheumatoid Arthritis at about the same time. My hand specialist told me that he thought the carpal tunnel was aggrivated by the arthritis and that once I got the arthritis calmed down to see him if I still felt I had probs with the Carpal Tunnel. ... (4 replies)
... While I was making my bed on Saturday, March 27, I came around the corner pretty fast and cut it short. ... (13 replies)
... I knew a woman years ago that had pretty much been nearly bed ridden from her arthritis. Her Dr decided on mega doses ..I mean huge mega doses of alfalfa under his guidance... ... (17 replies)
... i am 18 and i have had arthritis for two years now. ... (39 replies)
... old. When I was feeling better, I had gone outside to shovel snow. Had no problems. 3 days after shoveling snow, I woke up in the morning unable to get out of bed and was in pain. Still, none of the tests could confirm that any of the above was the cause. No fractures, etc. ... (16 replies)
... will affect the outer most joints of the fingers but doesn't affect the hand knuckles as much and the base of the thumb and rarely the wrist. Rheumatoid arthritis doesn't affect the outer most joints but does affect the hand knuckles and the whole wrist. ... (3 replies)
Heberden's nodes
Mar 14, 2009
... or another, what with the shock of her falling down and breaking her hip and having emergency surgery, I didn't recall or even think of writing down what form of arthritis she had. ... (18 replies)
... lot worse every day. I'm scared to read anymore in case I find something really bad. I know that's a head in the sand attitude but my dad developed very severe arthritis and died ten years later. Incidentally my blood tests showed no arthritis, but my regular GP said this doesnt cover all types. ... (1 replies)
... so I did some stretching. By the time I went to bed it was really getting aggravating. ... (13 replies)
... Reactive Arthritis is a defined disorder that involves getting an inflammatory reaction after 1 of 4 diseases, chlamydia being one and the other 3 are all types of food poisoning. ... (26 replies)
... uch pain as I know how it feels. I'm not a doctor, but from articles I have read and posts I've seen on here, one of the most common places to feel pain from hip arthritis is, in fact, the groin. I think the pain can even go down the front of the thigh somewhat. ... (1 replies)
Shoulder pain
Dec 27, 2004
... It could be a case that in fact there is arthritis in the joints causing the pain but it can also be caused from spur growth in the joint. ... (3 replies)
... There is no such thing as early arthritis in my opinion because even children get arthritis which is called juvenile arthritis. I would suggest a second opinion. There's a lot of help out there that would slow the progress of this condition. ... (18 replies)
... but it's arthritis caused from an infection. I am thinking this it is. ... (7 replies)
... The best advice I ever received about RA. I had someone tell me years ago to never make decisions about your whole day lying in bed in the morning. Get into a hot shower and then decide how your day is going to go. ... (2 replies)
... My first thought was arthritis and diabetes! I was tested for diabetes and my glucose is perfectly normal. Then I noticed my arm was getting worse. ... (3 replies)
... Hi All, I posted this in the back problems board and thought it is equally appropriate on this board...afterall my pain is the result of some form arthritis. Lyrica has worked so well for me I had to share it with you all. I am currently undiagnosed but the doctor's suspect reiter's/reactive arthritis at this point, but the result is severe non-stoppable pain for the last 2.5... (4 replies)


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