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... Hi, yes, it can definitely cause fatigue. The pain itself can be exhausting and when you're in pain, it's very hard to do things physically so your body feels drained, sometimes by the simplest tasks. ... (4 replies)
... Just wondering if Osteoarthritis can cause fatigue? ... (4 replies)
... If electrolytes, vitamin D, or B12 are low that can cause fatigue too. ... (4 replies)

... you need UV rays to convert the other forms to D3 so your body can actually use it. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Mary.....Yes, I have osteoarthritis pretty much all over my body. My mother had it but not as severe and mine came on at a much younger age. ... (7 replies)
... was not the cause of my pain. What I did not realize that the problem was on my cervical spine. It feels to be most painful at my C7 vertebrae. ... (1 replies)
Mar 23, 2011
... t the same time. That is exactly how it is with my symptoms. The joint on one side may be slightly worse than the other, but both are inflamed. I believe that fatigue is also an RA symptom. ... (2 replies)
... t thinking that burning in your feet might possibly be nerve pain related to your spine. Like if you have a big disc herniation or bad enough spinal stenosis, it can compress nerves in your spine. Those nerves can send signals and make you feel things all the way down to your feet. ... (5 replies)
... I started out a couple of months ago with a nodule on my little finger. I was also experiencing severe fatigue. In the last month I have had nodules appear on almost every finger, some at top joint, some on middle joints. My hands started hurting like crazy and the last week it has progressed to both wrists. It feels like glass in my wrist joints! I went to my Foot and... (3 replies)
... The truth of the matter is you can get arthritis at any time at any age. ... (0 replies)
... fish oils can reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. ... (0 replies)
... RA can occur at any age. It often begins in middle age and tends to get worse over time. ... (13 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)
Pain everywhere
Apr 24, 2015
... CRP can very well be negative, and why is it doctors always assume if that blood work is normal, your pain is CFS or fibro. Osteoarthritis does not cause chronic fatigue but inflammatory arthritis will. They need to do the appropriate testing before assuming anything. ... (17 replies)
... Rheumatoid factor can be elevated by any number of diseases, not just RA. ... (5 replies)
... Your neck problems can cause body wide problems but not until it compromises the spinal cord itself. Compromise of a single nerve causes a lot of pain along the path of that nerve. ... (4 replies)
Do I have RA?
Feb 13, 2008
... Hi, I am sorry you're feeling so bad. I can relate to some of your symptoms. I am also overweight, starting gaining weight at 40, now 51 and having a hard time getting it off. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry to hear about that. Itch, in my opinion, can often be worse than pain. ... (3 replies)
... the low grade fevers, fatigue, the periodic low RBC, and the periodic high white count are useless as well. They, too, can happen with anyone. I thought OA did not have systemic findings. ... (9 replies)

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