... fall off. They have have come back but have linear ridges in them. Not sure if this is related to what you have, but I am going to mention it to my Rheumy on my next visit. Let me know what the foot doctor says. I might need to make an appt with him as well. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the forum. There is a wealth of information here. Feel free to read through some of the threads in this section related to your surgery. I think allot of your questions will be answered.
Good luck with your surgery and recovery. (1 replies)
... I am having CMC with LRTI next week. My right thumb is killing me. I want to know what to expect, and what I can do to aid in the healing process! ... (1 replies)
... Way to go Hope, great to hear your good news. I wish you good luck for Monday when you return to work.
Haydena. (61 replies)
... Woo Hoo! Awesome news. The hard part is over. Take good care of your repaired thumb. A few more months from now you won't even give a second thought to have ever having it repaired. (61 replies)
... I will be seeing my GP next week, so hopefully with all my results etc, I will get some answers, but thank you in the meantime for replying. ... (5 replies)
... ely gone and my hand feels so much better. Still doing the stengthening exercises. That hasn't gotten to where I would like it but I will be doing alot of that next week! What an adventure the past 12 weeks have been. Up and down, up and down. Would I do it over again? ... (61 replies)
... all the shots, Symvisc and all. Nothing works. I plan to hobble in pain for a while and go to the gym to strengthen my muscles and tendons. I'll see a dr I trust next month. Thank you for the info. That's scary, about the leg infection! ... (3 replies)
... d j I want to thank you for filling in your history. I can relate to having anxiety and depression surrounding the impact the pain has had on me previous to surgery and even now 10 months post surgery.. My surgery was in April of 2013 on my left non dominant hand. I believe I have been adapting and am continuing to make adjustments on how I manage my osteoarthritis of my... (61 replies)
My name is Simon o am 41 years old and have had rheumatoid arthritis for 25 years and I taking methotrexate for 10 years and I am with a new partner aged 29 with 3 children aged 4 , 8 ,9 years old but this is my first child with her. she is about4 or 5 weeks pregnant
I have had a break from methotrexate ( this is a bit of a chart of what I have had
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... You need consultation with good Knee Ortho Specialist. Make sure he specializes in Knee problems. Only he can suggest what is the next step for you. ... (1 replies)
... I was awaken one night with a rapid heart rate. Scary stuff, esp only 3 weeks post op. Over the next 2 weeks this happened more often and with more intensity. A visit to the ER showed no heart related issues. I scheduled a appt. ... (61 replies)
... Good to know you are progressing with your healing & that you are without pain, which indicates that your surgery was a success.
Recuperating from any surgery can be very boring & lonely. Watching videos, reading, being on your computer all help to pass the time. If you are able you could try going on short walks, the fresh air will do you good. Occupying oneself is also... (61 replies)
... Hi everyone. I am a new member to this site and I am having my surgery next Monday. I have read a lot of your posts but I am at work and have SO much to do before I am out for the surgery. ... (10 replies)
... along the dmage is BUT has told me that arthroscopy would not be a choice for me and I am to young for knee replacements If he can't do anything then what is the next step.Also when I extend my knee to a certain extent it locks what is that is it a bone spur. ... (4 replies)
... Have just been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and start on MTX next week. ... (7 replies)
... It has been six weeks since my surgery. Saw my doctor today and he put me off work for another six weeks! I hope these next six weeks go by better than the first half. The hardest part for me by far has been not being able to work or drive or do anything! ... (61 replies)
... But they took Vioxx off the market and I found Mobic 15mg was the next best thing for me. But I agree with Ladybud about the short round of steroids. ... (4 replies)
... for almost a year now and my hands and wrist are really starting to hurt. So I am wondering if anyone has suggestions for my next drug? ... (3 replies)
... Sorry that you are in pain after your surgery.
If raising your arm above your heart & resting does not give you relief, try placing an ice pack over the pain, on your cast. If this does not help you, you need to return to your doctor, as your cast may be too tight for your arm.
After 3 weeks, you will go into a splint or some kind of guard that will keep & support your... (7 replies)