RheumaBlog

Same dragon, different day.

Rheumatoid arthritis can be devastating disease. The daily joint stiffness, the frequent, sometimes terrible and disabling pain naturally affect every part of the affected person’s life, from career to parenting to having fun and being sociable. Fortunately, medical science has made several amazing, breakthrough discoveries over the last twenty years. The result? A double handful …

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Yesterday was a really rough day. I was hurting all over, but the RA was hitting my hands and wrists the hardest. Along with that, the chronic trochenteric bursitis I’ve had for several years now showed up again, making my hips feel like I had spikes in them. So, I wore my compression gloves all …

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You know how it is when you’re busy but the things you’re doing don’t really rate a blog post? That’s how it’s been for me this summer. Still, I’m going to try to break the silence right now. First, my mom. She’s doing well. So well, in fact, that she’s finally made up her mind …

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