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... My doctor called today to explain more about MRI and what to do from here. She basically said that yes I have arthritis and there is really nothing that I can do about it to help. She said that she could do injections if I wanted but she does not recommend. ... (9 replies)
... I had basal joint surgery a week ago tomorrow. ONE WEEK AGO tomorrow. My doc also said it was one of the worst cases of basal joint arthritis he'd seen. ... (26 replies)
... months ago I attended a weekend music festival where I spent about 7 hrs a day standing. Towards the end of the weekend I was getting severe pain in my right thigh and groin. ... (2 replies)

... Hello Chris, Welcome aboard. I will try to answer some of your questions based on my own experience, but having a bit more information from you would be helpful. ... (4 replies)
... negative spondyloarthropathies. Those have spine arthritis with them. ... (13 replies)
... mad, what MDs attribute to "being female." Anyway, I DO find that keeping my level of active free thyroid hormone in the mid range, is very impt to reducing my arthritis pain. ... (10 replies)
... rays they radiologists said that it wasn't arthritis and not to worry. I had blood tests done when the illness first began and it all came clear so then all I got told was that I should keep moving around. ... (5 replies)
... For years I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis only to be told eventually I had osteo arthritis. ... (5 replies)
Shoulder pain
Dec 27, 2004
... n my cervical area as you can see in my very long signature. I started out just like you with not be able to sleep on either side because of shoulder pain. Well, come to think of it I did have bicep pain first for a couple of months but that is what may have come from my cervical area. ... (3 replies)
... My Rheumatologist is also suspecting that I may have RA although mine would me diagnosed as SeroNegative Rheumatoid Arthritis because I have a negative RA Factor. My mother and both of my sister's also have RA. ... (2 replies)
... with symptoms like yours with pain in the buttocks. I did some online research and found a great excersise which has helped me trendemously. I no longer suffer from sciatica unless i forget to do my excersises! ... (21 replies)
... I posted this on the pain management board earlier today and have gotten some views but no responses. I figured people from the back and arthritis board visited that board as well so I would just kill all the birds with one stone. Guess not. ... (18 replies)
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... What does everyone think? ... (6 replies)
... Most arthritis in the spine is osteoarthritis as RA rarely affects the spine and if it does, tends to affect the top 2 vertebrae...C1 and 2. ... (2 replies)
... o causing canal or foraminal stenosis"..... it does not cause the canal to be smaller than it should be not does it cause the holes where the spinal nerve to go out to the body to be no nerve compression. ... (5 replies)
Not a clue?
Dec 1, 2010
... romioclavicular joint. It is on top of the shoulder area, a little ways in. The tendons for the shoulder go through there and there is a big bursa under it. It's where the collarbone and shoulder blade come together. You frequently get bursitis in that bursa and the joint itself gets arthritis badly. ... (2 replies)
... You should come on down to the Spinal Cord Disorders board where all us "cervies" hang out. I spend a lot of time here because I have bad arthritis but I've already had 2 major cervical spine surgeries. ... (1 replies)
RA and Worried
Jul 10, 2010
... fibromyalgia cuz my rheumatoid factor was negative, even tho he was almost positive it was RA. Nothing we did to treat it helped. He felt sure I had some kind of arthritis going on. Last year he did more blood work. My CCP level was elevated so he said I def have rheumatoid arthritis. Can't remember my exact level now. ... (12 replies)
... times a day, 4 days a week. He always lead with the same leg. That is the motion the piriformis muscle is used for. He changed jobs and it slowly subsided but does come back if he goes up and down too much or leaves his wallet in his back pocket. He'll have it forever but he can minimize it. ... (1 replies)

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