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... years, on my Arthritis pain, I've been on different pain meds. ... (0 replies)
... ve had debilitating all over joint pain that seems to only be cured with prednisone. My physician had ordered blood tests to rule out autoimmune arthritis and my results came back ok. ... (2 replies)
... Newly diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis patients have everything to lose by not treating their disease quickly and effectively. ... (0 replies)

... BLUE EMU it is a cream you can find at walmart. It is for arthritis amoung a variety of other issues. It is not too intense, it has no smell, and it works! I put it on before bed to relax my back so i can get to sleep. ... (5 replies)
... but it's arthritis caused from an infection. I am thinking this it is. ... (7 replies)
... He told me he's tested patients for arthritis twice and it came back negative, and they continued to complain of pain, and the third time he tested, it came back positive. I don't know if I believe that. ... (7 replies)
... gone and also some arthritis under kneecap. ... (0 replies)
... Use Caution Microdose Therapy! Hello, I wish to convey to you fellow sufferers about my experiences with Microdose Therapy from the Helens Foundation that claims to reduce pain for Arthritis, CFS, Fibromyalgia, back pain, migraines and even Parkinson’s by using Hydrocortisone (Cortisol). You name the illness…they claim to “reduce it or eliminate it.” Against the wishes from... (0 replies)
... I thought I had posted this earlier - but must have misfired. Apologies if it shows up again! 53 y.o. woman, family history of osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease. Currently diagnosed with moderate osteoporosis (treating with diet after discontinuing Fosamax). Laminectomy in 2011 for lumbar disc, arthroscopic knee surgery following a horseback riding injury... (14 replies)
... ra weight of the surgical dressings on my left arm, but the back spasm becomes excruciatingly painful at times during the day. I haven't been sleeping in my own bed since the surgery, to allow my husband to sleep without being disturbed by me waking up so frequently during the night. ... (11 replies)
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Apr 13, 2013
... I was up to 8 500 mg otc ibuprofens before I went to bed at night. ... (2 replies)
... I still have trouble with arthritis elsewhere. It's growing in the joint above the basal joint. I have developed Duyputrans Contracture in both hands, but that has nothing to do with the surgery. ... (10 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)
... hip now my right is beginning to join in. Can make for a very restless night. I have yet to figure out the best pain med. I usually just suffer. But lately ,with arthritis pains and other health issues. I have taken Advil PM or an antihistamine to knock me out if i really am lacking sleep. Works somewhat but still feel pain. ... (1 replies)
... Not AS, but I have psoriatic arthritis. Yes, mornings suck, but suck less on biologics. I still roll over on side and push body up with hands. But that's after I stretch everything gently. I'm a morning shower type of person, so that helps, too. I'm usually moving fairly well in an hour and almost normally in 3....about time to go to work. It's an active job in medical... (4 replies)
... Hi. My first post. In the last month or so, I have had problems at night with hot hands (please, no!) which I have to keep moving to cooler areas of the bed, restless legs, and slight pain in my wrists. My sleep pattern has changed as a result. I have started a more physical job with plants, which involves heavy watering cans, but had been doing this for quite a while... (2 replies)
... I am only 52 and do not want to spend the rest of my life feeling so bad that I don't get out of bed or go out of the house. Thanks for all your input. ... (9 replies)
... rays and said the arthritis in the other joints in my thumb along with the sesamoid bones are deteriorating and are rubbing on the tendons. I'm really at my wits end. ... (90 replies)
... At the beginning of this thread I read how a lady had pinned two double bed pillow together and put rolled up towels inside them to keep her hand elevated. ... (90 replies)
... Thanks Goodness the Rheumatologist you saw is not the only MD out there. Just like you scratch your head and wonder how in the world did that polititian make it or why are you my boss when I know more than you? There are people out there who SOMEHOW passed the medical boards and became Quacks for docotrs with no bedside manner or ability to think outside of the PDR. ... (7 replies)




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