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... am free of pain except for some swelling in my wrists, one elbow and some fingers...by the time I got on humira I had RA in every joint. Could hardly get out of bed and got around like I was 100 years old. I still have days where turning a door knob is difficult but most are good. ... (5 replies)
... for it and not have it. So it is not sure that I have it or not. I'm not too sure I care for this doc but I haven't met a rhuemy yet that has a "good bed side manner". Anyway, I feel for you even if I don't have answers for you because I DO UNDERSTAND how frustrating and scary it can be. ... (2 replies)
Methotrexate
Oct 11, 2003
... Thanks again DD, NY, DR and Sammy for your positive outlook. I agree, things could be so much worse. I just was reading through another arthritis board and commented to my husband about how obsessed some sufferers become as it becomes the focus of their life. ... (20 replies)

Methotrexate
Sep 27, 2003
... n the woods and now within a few months I can hardly hold a toothbrush to brush my teeth!! Getting dressed is a real treat too! Heck, just trying to get out of bed in the morning is real fun! I guess one comfort is in knowing I'm not the only one around with this problem. ... (20 replies)
... Oh, big time, there is a food connection with me and my arthritis. If I eat tomatoes, potatoes, flour or sugar, I can't get out of bed. Has anyone read the book, Eating for your Blood Type? I found that almost all the no-no foods for my blood type make me hurt. (3 replies)
... our dilemma. I wish I could offer you some advice. I know when you apply for disability it can take awhile and its hard to get. Hang in there. I've had psoriatic arthritis since my mid 20's. I'm in my mid 40's now. There was a time when I could barely get out of bed. But am doing pretty good now. ... (3 replies)
... Loading your body in this way will ruin you knees, take my word for it. For two weeks I ignored the pain. I have since learned from the arthritis foundation that it can take as little as two weeks to permanently ruin a person. So, avoid low chairs at all costs. I can no longer sit in my living room at all. ... (23 replies)
... I'm 52 and have arthritis in both hips. Now one is definately worse than the other. But the fact of the matter is that eventually both need to be replaced. ... (22 replies)
BEDS
Jan 29, 2003
... I'm wanting to get a waterbed but my husband doesn't want to spend the money in case it doesn't help. Anyone have good suggestions for a bed that will help the arthritis and give me a really good nights sleep? ... (1 replies)
... scalp and my elbows. It is possible to have it only in a couple small places. Because right now I only have a small patch on both my elbows. I went to a tanning bed a couple years ago and it cleared my psoriasis. It's been in remission since. Although I plan on going back real soon to clear up my elbows. ... (18 replies)
Aching body
Nov 7, 2002
... Try taking some Ibuprofen before going to bed and see if that helps you in the morning. It has helped me before. ... (4 replies)
... I just simple accepted that it wasnt arthritis scince the blood work came back negative and I hate seeing doctors about this. ... (5 replies)
... hope for the best...regardless of how the arthritis kicked in to begin with... ... (6 replies)
... Well, Ive been taking the Prednisone that the rheumatologist prescribed for six days now. Yesterday when I got up out of bed, I was able to without much difficulty. I say that because I still have trouble, but feel a little more stable on my feet now. I can walk on gravel again without my feet hurting from the many different angles. I also noticed that my fingers seem to be... (8 replies)
... I will tell you the symptoms I have been having (and I have been recently diagnosd with RA). Keep in mind that many of these symptoms to overlap with other types, so it may or may not mean you have RA. My main symptoms have been: Morning stiffness - I get out of bed and my ankles and knees have to warm up until I walk normally (overall stiffness in the rest of my body may... (1 replies)
... whatever I can get my hands on that will make me feel better. Getting up in the morning is sometimes so hard and so painful I dont even want to get up. Laying in bed is sometimes the only relief I get. ... (19 replies)
Dumb question?
Jun 21, 2002
... It may not be arthritis if your not sure see a doctor. From working at home etc your back neck, shoulders, legs can start to ache after awhile. Find some books on stretching and take some time out for yourself. Another excellent type of exercise is Pilates and it doesn't require alot of effort. As for myself have been plaqued by hip pain that effects the back and... (3 replies)
... To Buffylou Hi- I was wondering if you remember when you were diagnosed with juvenile arthritis. My 8 year old son has begun to have sore joints-knees, ankles shoulder-not all the time-but for a day or two and then it goes away. He usually has an upset tummy and intermittant fever as well. For example he woke yesterday and vomited- felt better by noon although his knee and... (11 replies)
... I've found that Vit C helps a lot with arthritis pain, as does drinking 8 ... yes, 8 glasses of water. ... (4 replies)




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