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... I would say that the meds very well could be the cause as some medications absolutely cause swelling! Have you thought about going to the Mayo Clinic? ... (15 replies)
... Some forms of arthritis are genetic such as Rhuematoid. Others like Osteoarthritis are generally caused by wear and tear of the joints. ... (15 replies)
Swelling in foot
Oct 6, 2006
... No one can figure it out. I have chronic low back pain and a horrible mattress that I sleep on, but, I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it or not. How does any type of arthritis get diagnosed and does arthritis really cause swelling? ... (21 replies)

... d ask to be tested for RA. Should this come back negative there could be a different problem going on such as Fibromyalgia or other conditions. OA of course will cause pain and stiffness and does not always cause swelling. I've had OA since age 10 and have similar symptoms to you but do not have RA. ... (6 replies)
... grip and it can cause swelling. ... (5 replies)
... Although your thyroid problems can cause some of these symptoms, as hrtofluv said, it does not cause a positive ANA and one other interesting thing to note is that people with lupus tend to have thyroid problems as well. ... (27 replies)
... which on occassion caused pain. I didn't know what it was, now I am starting to piece all of these things together. I don't seem to have the redness or swelling of joints, sometimes they are a bit stiff. I am concerned about how far this will progress. Does PA cause you to feel fatigued or weak? ... (37 replies)
Need some help!
Jul 12, 2017
... Normal xrays are a blessing so rejoice that your joints do not show damage. That alone lessens the likelihood of rheumatoid arthritis. Lupus typically does not cause joint damage like RA, but does cause pain and sometimes swelling. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Amanda and welcome to the boards. I think you will find help here, and I'll answer what I can. It seems like you have several symptoms of autoimmune arthritis and I think the rheumatology consult is absolutely necessary. Xrays are often sufficient to diagnose RA if erosions show up. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new here. I've been suffering for years with arthritis type pain. I am almost certain I have SOME kind of autoimmune condition but won't see the rheumatologist until the 18th. ... (2 replies)
... been reduced dramatically. I'm hoping that a week with arcoxia can return my joints to normal and then I can phase out the medication, since arcoxia is known to cause digestive problems and also shouldn't be used by women trying to get pregnant. ... (2 replies)
... I am not sure yet. I see my GP again on the 15th and she will refer me to one at that time, so it could be weeks or longer I guess. Will keep you all posted here though. (31 replies)
... rays will come back as normal. It does not cause lasting joint pain. PRA is supposedly a "rare" disease, however, I have also read that it could be just new onset RA. You def. need to see a rheumatologist. ... (31 replies)
... Severe joint effusion means you have a lot of fluid in your knee and it should be drained. You'll feel a lot better after wards. RA does cause joint swelling but OA causes it just as much. RA tends to only affect the top 2 vertebrae of the spine so you probably have OA in your spine and probably OA in your knees too. ... (8 replies)
... Hate to tell you but your mom has classic arthritis of the lumbar spine. ... (4 replies)
... he told my mom she had severe arthritis in her lower back. ... (4 replies)
... Sit in the tub for awhile and Ahhhhh the pain is gone. It is a form of Oxygen therapy. Two cups epsom Salts followed by one bottle of Peroxide does the trick for me. ... (39 replies)
... you used to do.I only know of one person who had it done and he couldn't walk a block and now climbs steps and exercises without pain at all. From my research it does not benefit Rheumatoid Arthritis. ... (39 replies)
... you may find that the pains diminish and you will be able to tell if you are sensitive to individual foods. I will give you more information soon about why foods cause inflammatory response. ... (39 replies)
... few yrs. ago and it is mild. 2 small patches on my knees and on the top of each foot. The skin is rough but not scaly. My mother had psorasis on both knees and arthritis pain and joint swelling which I believe now was PA. No one ever dx'ed it back then. ... (11 replies)

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