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... ain in both shoulders for years, the right knee for years and pain in the left knee for about a year now. My ortho doc has started wondering if I have Rheumatoid Arthritis due to the pain, inflammation, joint stiffness, and clinical history. I can't even run or jog. ... (1 replies)
... Is it possible to be too young for arthritis? ... (6 replies)
... By avoiding treatments at age 16 you are looking for more trouble in the future. To me, reading your post, I feel you already have your flairs and you have plenty on your plate. ... (2 replies)

... rays but I have developed severe arthritis in my ankle and big toe joint, and bone spurs on both. Pain started spreading from my ankle to my foot. ... (5 replies)
... and because of your young age, I would want to rule out rheumatoid arthritis, especially if you have any other joint issues like hands, feet, knees, hips, etc. ... (9 replies)
... I continue being active anyway and at age 25 had to have meniscus surgery. In 6 month I was back to being active. It always hurt me. ... (2 replies)
... All depends on what you can tolerate. For example, I suffer with OA and RA from young age. Now I am with Lupus and MS on top of everything. ... (1 replies)
... You can have arthritis even at that age. ... (6 replies)
New to arthritis
Dec 12, 2011
... g me, just stuck it in the mail. My white and red blood cell counts are high. Now I am worried that I have cancer of some kind. My dad died from leukemia at a young age. He also had rheumatoid arthritis. As a result of his health problems he had 4 surgeries, a heart attack and succumbed to leukemia when he was 62. ... (8 replies)
New to arthritis
Dec 8, 2011
... Today I called my orthopedic surgeon's office and insisted on seeing an arthritis specialist. My father had rheumatoid arthritis. He had about 4 surgeries and lived most of his life in pain before he died at the young age of 62. ... (8 replies)
... I was diagnosed properly at 36, was told at 25 that I had OA in my hips but it seems apparent that I have had it in my spine since around the age of 18. My Father was also diagnosed in his mid 30s, My Grandmother had RA at 24 and other members of my family have arthritis in different forms. ... (6 replies)
... Osteoarthritis is characterized by the breakdown of cartilage – the part of a joint that cushions the ends of the bones and allows easy movement. As cartilage deteriorates, bones begin to rub against one another. Osteoarthritis generally increases with age due to simple “wear and tear” on the joints. Another factor in the development of OA is increased body weight, which... (6 replies)
Neck Arthritis
Aug 22, 2011
... ike TMJ can cause neck discomfort and vice versa. I do not have any signs of RA, but some of what I feel sounded similar to those with osteroarthritis, but at my young age, I'm not sure how common that would be. ... (16 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Severe Polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis when I was 3 yrs old and I am now 17, and it has progressed to systemic. ... (11 replies)
... I wish I could get this through the heads of all parents......arthritis that comes with old age or injuries is just joint problems. Arthritis that comes all over the body and especially at a young age, can involve any part of the body including organs such as the heart. ... (2 replies)
... chest cavity at age 20. ... (31 replies)
... Go see a rheumatologist(arthritis specialist). Early on-set OA can be treated and slowed down with anti-inflammatories and physical therapy. I was where you are at 20. There is even research being done on early onset OA as different from regular OA as you age. And new treatments may be coming. So see a rheumy.They will keep you going as well as possible for as long as... (2 replies)
... mate, i know what you are going through i have dish and have had it for the last 16 years now . i,ve had both my hips replaced 8 years ago and it was the best thing i ever done no more pain , iam able to walk normal and it has given me my quality of life back . don,t worry about how long they,re going to last with medical technolgy these days and the way it is heading there... (5 replies)
... Well i've had arthritis since i was 4 and i'm now 31 and i've basically been told whenever i can't cope i can ask for knee replacement, but i know joints only last about 15 years and can only be replaced twice, so it's always been a case of maintenance for me, by just keeping the muscle built up to reduce pain, and at my level of activity i would be lucky to get that 30 years... (5 replies)
... Someone your age should never have to worry about things like hip replacements. ... (5 replies)




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