Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Talking to Your Rheumatologist

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Being able to talk to your rheumatologist about your treatment plan, pain management and any other concerns you have is important to the patient-doctor relationship. Finding a doctor who listens to you, makes time for you, and genuinely seems to have compassion is a good start on your journey through treatment and management.

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RA is a complicated and many times, misunderstood, disease. It affects everyone in different ways and can cause a myriad of complications. The medications used to treat RA can cause side effects ranging from a headache to more serious, including serious fungal infections. RA itself, as an autoimmune disease, can cause its own hardships in the form…

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Brad, Health Guide, commented on The Other Side of RA: Living with… Thank you V. I do miss the biologics, I have experienced a lot more pain since…

05/30/14

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Lene Andersen, Health Guide, commented on It has been ages since I dropped in. It's really nice to see you posting again, darling! And with good news! I'm really…

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Brad, Health Guide, commented on Addison's vs. Adrenal Insufficiency You are welcome MBB. True, it is very hard to find info about it online. I had…

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Lene Andersen, Health Guide, answered What is "slightly active RA'? Hi Mo! it's lovely to see you again!   Most rheumatologists use the ACR criteria…

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