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... Hi there, I just found out last week why I've been in pain for a number of yrs with my spine and if I stand too long that I am forced to lay down flat to take away the pain. it's a deep bone, gnawing like sensation. ... (25 replies)
... I got hit with Early Onset OA in my late teens and it hit the entire body fast. I've had some 23 ortho surgeries to fix joints including both knees replaced at 47 and 3 spine surgeries. ... (3 replies)
... immune arthritis is in the 30's and 40's and there is a form of osteoarthritis called early onset that can hit as young as the teens. ... (2 replies)

... But degeneration of the SI joints will be the determining factor. That occurs in women who've had children and in people with a type of arthritis called... ... (3 replies)
... The main bone differences between OA and RA is that OA builds bone in all the wrong places, trying to fix a bad joint, whereas RA eats away at the bone and the body let's it without trying to repair it. ... (3 replies)
Aug 12, 2010
... I'm 59 today and I'm not in a wheelchair or diapers. And I can run after my 3 year old granddaughter just fine. ... (5 replies)
Aug 3, 2010
... can strike at any time and in any joint. I got it body wide in my late teens. ... (5 replies)
... you can see , the thread you dredged up is form 4 years ago so I don't know if any of the original posters are still around. But since I got OA in my early 20's, I thought I'd answer anyway. I'm now 58 and have had both knees replaced, surgery on both hands, both shoulders and even both eyes.... ... (25 replies)
... OA can hit almost every joint in the body but there are a few it tends not to hit. So if you have it in your spine, the chances are you have it elsewhere. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Megan, I'm not a teenager, but I was first diagnosed with Osteoarthritis when I was in my teens. I had suffered joint pain since I was quite small. ... (109 replies)
What to do!?!?
Nov 12, 2012
... To find one in your area, contact the Arthritis Foundation. Be aware many require a referral, and you might have difficulty getting one from the doctors you've seen. ... (6 replies)
... e are 2 SI joints, one on each side of the pelvis and they widen to let our babies out of there. I also have SI joint arthritis thanks to a couple of big babies. In an MRI, they can see what kind of bone spurs you are developing and if any of them are a type called a syndesmophyte.... ... (22 replies)
... For most, it's just OA. I had severe OA since my teens and then got RA 7 years ago and the secondary Sjogrens just 2 years after it can add up. Luckily, the RA and Sjogrens have good treatments.... ... (6 replies)
... type of arthritis out there is OA and it can hit early. I started to develop it in my late teens. ... (31 replies)
... It is very positive that you have OA developing in all those joints you mentioned. Once it gets going in one place, it tends to get going all over the body. I started to get OA in my later teens. ... (4 replies)
... You've worked hard to keep yourself in good shape and strong muscles do help to support the spine BUT....doing too much of even a good thing can do damage eventually. ... (3 replies)
... surgery to remove bone spurs in both shoulders and was a year away form surgery to fix all the arthritis in my neck. OA is the great crippler. I got Ra on top of it 7 years ago but none of the 23 orthopedic surgeries I've had for arthritis have been for Ra..... ... (9 replies)
New to arthritis
Dec 8, 2011
... If you've never seen a rheumy before, it helps to understand what they are in practice to do. ... (8 replies)
Neck Arthiritis
Dec 4, 2011
... ood news. Cortisone doesn't speed up the deterioration of the joints and cause more arthritis. That is what they thought for so many years but it turns out, that in carefully done studies, that it isn't true. ... (15 replies)
... What so many don't understand is that you can get osteoarthritis at any age. I've had it since my teens and probably before that. I was just born with cartilage that broke down early. ... (6 replies)

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