The probability of you having rheumatoid arthritis is low, but you should still see your doctor to determine if your symptoms could be due to another type of arthritis or illness.
Do you have stiffness when you wake up in the morning?
Do you feel fatigue?
Do you have swollen joints?
Do your fingers and toes have deformities?
Do you notice little lumps (nodules) on your skin?
Do you have dry eyes?
Do you have anemia?
Do you have abnormal joint X-rays?
Do you have positive rheumatoid factor or other antibody tests?
Do you have neck problems?