Patients Rheumatoid arthritis
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Posted on 3/12/18 11:11 AM
Rheumatoid arthritis does not always come alone, unfortunately. The disease can provoke other health conditions, like heart problems or gastrointestinal troubles, or develop alongside other chronic illnesses, which leads to a need for more attentive management of RA.
What other conditions do you suffer from and how does it impact your treatment for RA? Was your RA diagnosed before or after the other disease(s)?
Which condition is more difficult to manage from your point of view, and which influences your everyday life the most?
Thank you in advance for your answers!
Beginning of the discussion - 3/13/18Apart from RA, what other conditions do you have? https://www.carenity.co.uk/forum/rheumatoid-arthritis/living-with-rheumatoid-arthritis/apart-from-ra-what-other-conditions-do-you-have-2209
Posted on 3/13/18 7:33 PM
It was serval years before RA was diagnosed folllowing this I have since developed dry eyes, irritable bowels syndrome and fibromyalgia.
Posted on 3/13/18 7:34 PM
So what came first the chicken or the egg??
Posted on 3/19/18 2:10 PM
I was diagnosed with RA when I was 17; about 30 years later I developed Hypothyroidism. Is there a connection? I only know that they are both autoimmune diseases.
Posted on 3/26/18 2:53 PM
My daughter has Autism, developmental Delay. Pelvic venous reflux. Anxiety. Venous malformation length of left leg. Constipation. Painful periods currently under investigation
Posted on 5/21/18 2:02 PM
I have both osteoarthritis and RA, Inappropriate sinus tackyycardia, chronic fatigue syndrome caused by RA , constipation, hypertension and in remission from womb cancce four years ago, also menapause and night sweats
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