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... Sally, it is great that you have family to help. Don't feel like you are taking advantage of them, that's what family is there for. I took 8 methotrexate once a week along with the folic acid and arava and the enbrel. My dr said the most he ever gave someone was 12 a week. Once I started on the enbrel, I was able to stop taking the methotrexate. My dr is old fashioned and... (12 replies)
... It's a little hard to maintain that when getting out of bed is a challenge. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much. ... (3 replies)
... Yes it can be arthritis at 30. I am 39 and I have it bad. I have had it since I was in my late 20's. ... (4 replies)

... I go through the same thing almost every night. It is terrible pain. I always take three advil before bed, wear a knee brace on each knee and elivate my legs on a large couch cushion. Most of the time, this helps. Otherwise if the pain is unbearable, i hop to the bathtub and soak in a hot bath for about twenty mins. It helps a little bit. (10 replies)
... I am in agony everyday and it's impossible at this point for me to work because it takes me hours to even feel normal upon rising out of bed in the morning. let alone always feeling so weak and tired. I feel guilty having to always lay down while others in the family are working. ... (4 replies)
... hello starting with arthritis at 11 yrs old really caught my eye. i had my first spinal injury getting thrown by a horse at 11. ... (4 replies)
... Let me introduce myself, I am called enchanted, and I have a lot of arthritis all over. I have had some form of arthritis since I was about 11 years old. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. We have a electric blanket so at night he really looks forward to going to bed although he really doesnt sleep well. He works in a very cold place and has for years. The cold is getting unbearable. ... (3 replies)
... I am confused and have little information. For three days, I noticed a slight slip in my knee. Rested it and put heat on it. Got better. Third day- I heard a crunch in my knee and the pain was horrific and did not go away. Took paracetamol and after 12 hours when to the emergency room. Would not put any weight on it. I had never had arthritis before (I am 65). Was given... (0 replies)
... I can't tell you how important it is for anyone who suffers some form of arthritis or bone pain to ask their doctor to test their Vitamin D levels. ... (3 replies)
... e to put my views to the surgeon,so i sat down and wrote a long letter,i have had all my medications stopped because surgery is coming and i cant move,iv been in bed all week,so i know something must be done because when i stand i think il topple backwards,its a big decision,lets see what the surgeon says. ... (40 replies)
... but fusion of the ankle is an extensive surgery,,and my surgeon advised me strongly to stay in bed or on the couch for the two months. my hub and i are taking it very seriously and have pretty much followed his orders. i hope to heck it works!!! ... (40 replies)
... i have pretty much stayed in bed for the past two months,,,no going out,,used a walker, cause i thought it was easier than crutches. ... (10 replies)
... at night before bed and it works. Anything from 600 mg on up. I've recommended it to several people and it stops gout and gouty arthritis in a hurry. You will have to probably get up and go to the bathroom during the night, but I can almost guarantee it will help. ... (25 replies)
... I was only working part time but had to let go of that also. I am a bit older then most of you and it saddens me to know arthritis hits so many younger people like this. But I am younger then most older folks who have it so bad. ... (11 replies)
... hi i have had arthritis in my lower back for ten years now over the last two years things have got really bad to the point were walking is very painfull . ... (10 replies)
... there absolutely IS something doctors can do for him..they can get him out of bed and back to work. they can help prevent further crippling which WILL happen without treatment. they can help reduce his suffering. ... (7 replies)
... can do more now than I had done in years. I still have to pace myself or I'll cause a flare up if I overdo, but I was to the point I couldn't even turn over in bed I was so stiff and in so much pain. I take. ... (20 replies)
... e hypothyroidism so I thought my hair loss was from that but I am more convinced that it is from the PA. My toenails as well that are pulling away from the nail bed is from PA as well. I have no health insurance since I retired early so it is too expensive to get medication and then find it does not help anyway. ... (20 replies)
... Dear Ronnied, I too have PA. I think I have had this disease since my very early 20's but it was never dx'ed correctly. I started with pain in my hands and fingers in mylate teens and progressed as I got older. I use to have one sided pain , one elbow, one knee, one wrist or shoulder, but now as I am getting older it will be both elbows or both feet, etc. I might have... (20 replies)

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