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Post Info TOPIC: Rheumatoid arthritis


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Rheumatoid arthritis


hi. Anyone on here have this also. Wondered how you were getting on. Do other family members have it? I think one of my kids   is having trouble eating certain foods. I recall this Happening to me many years ago n wonder if it is a sign or just coincidence. I was the first that i know of in my family, who has it. Bugger.



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HI Im also only one in family with R/A It hasn't stopped me travelling but I have had both knees both hips finger joints an ankle right shoulder and left about to be done. Food wise no real trouble Its a nasty problem stay positive and you will find you will manage most things.

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Hi spudnit, thanks for your reply. Yes, i manage a normal life. Thank goodness. Too old now to run marathons but happy with my lot. Thank goodness for chemo drugs, they r fantastic. Hope all goes  well with your ops.



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I suffered badly, particularly in knees and hips, resulting from distance running and rugby league injuries. Magnesium tablets (1000 mg daily), prescribed by Dr has made me mobile again and pain free - they have also improved blood circulation in legs preventing cramping.

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