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Neck Arthritis
Aug 22, 2011
... Hi Turrrra....I've been watching this thread and decided it was time to come back and perhaps do a little anatomy lesson so you can try to figure out what is causing your pain. So much "speculation" on what causes what is leading down a bad path. ... (16 replies)
... Feel free to add more information. Obviously I'm not real attuned to Rheumatoid arthritis but I know many of you suffer from it. I'm far more enlightened with Osteo. ... (0 replies)
... Same kind, small painful little blisters. But it got me to wondering. And all along, my mom has kept asking, could there be a link between the entero virus and what I'm dealing with? ... (7 replies)

... MRI was of my brain and neck. Brain was normal. ... (14 replies)
... Having both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and major neck issues, I'd suggest seeing an orthopedist first. Those shocks in your arms and hands are pretty common when you have thinning disks in the neck. ... (5 replies)
... RA is not like regular arthritis where the cartilage breaks down and wears away the bone. RA inflames the lining of the joint and that in turn causes it to release all kinds of chemicals that dissolve the bone and cause the cartilage to break down. ... (18 replies)
Hip and knee pain
Sep 17, 2010
... Had a whole body bone scan last week. No cancer anywhere, praise God. Arthritis everywhere. Foot, knees, low back wrists and cervical spine. ... (9 replies)
... as a side effect of many chemotherapy drugs, and as a result of electrical injury. In many cases no apparent causes can be found, in this case the neuropathy is "idiopathic" meaning no cause is found. ... (8 replies)
... fibro can be the cause of your debilitating pain. It's difficult to run a house hold, such as cleaning, cooking, shopping, etc. when you're in so much pain. The brain can't seem to let go of the pain and focuses constantly on the level of discomfort, rather than on the task we're trying to perform, right? ... (6 replies)
Spondylitis Issues
Oct 26, 2010
... is a fancy way of saying you have arthritis in your cervical spine....undifferentiated arthritis at that. ... (8 replies)
Jul 28, 2009
... tness most of the time. But when you sit or lie down, sometimes you actually have to focus on taking deep, slow breaths and letting out slowly. It could be the arthritis or a combination of things from it like pain, stress and anxiety that causes us to tighten up and feeling like it's hard to breath. ... (8 replies)

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