... also, I did suffer with severe post partum pre eclampsia and Hellp syndrome with the birth of my 2 year old and was hospitalized for a week. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your reply and for sharing your experience. Same is with me, when I stick to certain rules and eat every morning Reesai Joint Health then everything is fine and is like being cured.... I can even eat many foods that I couldn't eat earlier, but as soon as I stop with that then trouble comes again.... was just wondering if anyone has found some solution where you... (5 replies)
... I had two severe episodes of gout before I took it seriously enough, by serious I mean it came on suddenly and within 24 hrs affected all the joints in one side of my body and I was bedridden because of the extreme pain. I realized I had to give up certain things to stay free of it because our bodies can only deal with small amounts of certain things which is why some foods... (5 replies)
... oulder surgery. My orthopedic surgeon mentioned going in and shaving off some of my collarbone, cleaning up some of the tissue and smoothing the joints. I have severe arthritis in both shoulders at the collarbone. ... (0 replies)
I was on Enbrel, weekly shots. It was very mild side effects to compare to others. Like typical "being on biologics" sore throat, maybe running nose, tiredness, feeling like you have cold but nothing too severe.
I know people who doing Enbrel for years and feel 0 side effects. So I guess it all individually.
Alcohol and any drugs are bad for your liver, but... (3 replies)
... This is so true. I know few of my clients who smoked and all 3 of them suffer with severe Osteoporosis due to smoking. ... (2 replies)
... It is not a specific test for a disease, only a genetic precursor. It might be significant if you have clinical symptoms of sacroiliac pain, severe lumbar pain, eye problems, urethritis, etc. I think it just fits with the genetic tendency to develop autoimmune disease, which rheumatoid arthritis is. ... (7 replies)
... symptoms are that severe it's time to discuss a new treatment. ... (4 replies)
... This is the right thing to do - to see a specialist. The thing is, many people think if they get swollen hands and pain in them its RA.
So many conditions can cause same symptoms. I am a little concern of your description: excruciating pain in your hands. I have severe/advanced RA and my hands are swollen and in pain 24/7 despite serious treatments but I never could... (3 replies)
... I know many people who live with RA for many years and don't even feel it but after they diagnosed, so many damages done to them already. I have severe damages because of RA, you dont want to get there. ... (2 replies)
... earable pain which requires pretty strong pain medication and even they don't help often. If your knees or spine will struggle by you limping, can bring you more severe surgeries, worse than hips. ... (3 replies)
... You pay your physician good money and I think you want to get your questions answered. This is such a red flag to me when a Dr feels he/she is a God and can resolve all your problems. The answer is no, she is not a God. If this would be me, either I would take my business elsewhere or talk to her and explain that you are the one who knows your body best, you are the one... (8 replies)
... seem to "sit" in the pouch and cause EXTREME pain and gas distress in my chest. I don't mean a "little" discomfort. I mean "writhing" in the floor with pain so severe I cannot stand up. ... (3 replies)
... If it started after severe whiplash, you may have injured one of your facet joints during the neck's extension backwards, and/or pulled one of the ligaments in your neck. I would say the first one is more likely if you've had the pain for years.
You could ask to be referred to a pain management doctor who will try to pin down the source of your pain by doing some nerve... (7 replies)
... It all started after a severe whiplash. Nothing changed... ... (7 replies)
... and took me off due to unpleasant side effects and 0 result. I had not only pain but severe swelling in every joint in my hands and wrists, knees and feet. Low grade fevers and bad stiffness. ... (3 replies)
... This illness can cause severe joint pain, sometimes for a few days, sometimes for months or years. The symptoms seem to mimic RA, but may not have the same underlying cause. ... (1 replies)
... at the site of the incision. It seems there is a wide range of postop healing, I had really severe burning pain for four months which is a result of the nerves being moved around during the surgery. ... (31 replies)
... Than diagnosed me on a spot. She had no doubts that I have severe form of RA with a lot of damages to my body. ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to say that RA is a bit cruel. I can tolerate the moderate to severe osteoarthritis and degenerative disk disorder. RA on the other hand is a horse of a different feather. The pain sometimes in phenomenal. ... (4 replies)