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www.rheumatoidarthritistreatment101.com A very common rheumatoid arthritis symptom is morning stiffness, and it lasts for more than an hour. Even if body remains motionless for few moments, it can become stiff. But movements become easier after loosening up. If pain and swelling in the joint has been prevalent for more than six weeks, diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis can be considered. The inflamed joints become swollen, and feel warm upon touching. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms first appear in the smaller joints such as ankles, hands, feet and wrists, and can cause problems in many joints simultaneously. As disease progresses, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, neck and jaw also get involved. In general, people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, 2 out of 10 will have mild symptoms, 3/4th will have flare-ups, and for one in 20, it will get serious, that may lead to severe disability.
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Just what are the signs of arthritis?
Dr Peter Larmer, Head of School of Rehabilitation and Occupation Studies of the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences at AUT University (Auckland), talks about the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
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Question by : Does my dog show symptoms of juvenile arthritis?
My dog is a papered Blue Heeler who will be two in February. I saved him from an abusive owner when he was 6 months old.
He is very active; plays ball for hours, goes swimming, jumps for frisbee 5 ft. in the air.
In the mornings he’s stiff in the shoulders/front feet. I’ve noticed when he doesn’t get exercise it is worse. I don’t think most people would notice this but I do because I have horses and I notice early signs of lameness.
I think he might have juvenile arthritis. He is too young to have bad joints so this could be genetics or youth injury related. His bones could have been severely damaged because he was abused physically until he was put into a kennel at 4 months old. I don’t think he got proper nutrition at puppy growth age. He is now fed a no chemical all natural bi-product free diet.
He is not suffering and will be going to the vet on monday. I want ideas to bring up to my vet. What do you think could be causing this?
I can’t contact the breeder to ask about genetic defects. He was in an abusive drug house situation. I do not have the papers.
Answer by sophylakes
contact the breeder
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Q&A: How do I tell the difference between my parkinsons and spinal stenosis? Some symptoms are the same.?
Question by : How do I tell the difference between my parkinsons and spinal stenosis? Some symptoms are the same.?
Some symptoms of parkinson’s and spinal steno sis are the same and I suppose can overlap. What I need to know is how do I tell the difference. I am scheduled for DBS, deep brain stimulation, surgery in a few weeks and would like to know so I know more of what to expect. I also have osteoarthritis and cervical arthritis. I get extreme weakness in my legs, sometimes to where I am unable to stand. Can you help me?
Answer by Mags
How has your spinal stenosis been diagnosed? Cervical? Lumbar? Becaue you are right, there is a commonality of symptoms.
Because Parkinson’s disease is a collection of syndromes, not all patients manifest the same symptoms nor the same disease progression as more symptoms may appear or the current symptoms worsen rapidly.
You say that you have weakness in your legs. Parkinson’s usually begins unilaterally for some time before the loss of additional dopamine causes it to become bilateral. Have you always had weakness in both legs or is that progression?
In a woman especially, neck and shoulder pain can be common to both conditions.
Bladder control is not usually an early symptom of PD but it can be just as it can progress in spinal stenosis.
I would assume that you are seeing a neurologist specializing in motion disorders who has observed you, taken your symptom history, had various tests performed to rule out other conditions.
Although the two conditions are not related, spinal stenosis is related to osteoarthritis and cervical arthritis which you do have.
Although both condidtions are more commonly seen in people over 50 years of age, Parkinson’s disease can begin much earlier and often does.
Both conditions are associated with pain. In PD the pain is often around joints and the shoulder/neck area – In spinal stenosis the pain may be in the lower back and radiate to thighs, Pain relievers rarely help.
Here’s the important thing about a differential diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease vs Spinal Stenosis, an X-ray and MRI can be used to diagnose Spinal Stenosis but not PD. CAT scans and Myelograms can also be used to detect elements of Spinal Stenosis but are not used in PD because there are no current lab tests in use for Parkinson’s.
The list of motion and non-movement symptoms is much longer for Parkinson’s disease but again some patients do not demonstrate all of them nor do the manifest all of the four primary PD Symptoms: TRAP
Rigidity or stiffening
Akinesia or bradykinesia – slowness of mvement and thought process
The list includes but is not limited to urinary and sleep issues, depression, anxiety and apathy, personality and mood changes, constipation, ED, vision problem, cognitive issues, loss of arm swing, leg drag, loss of sense of smell, dentition problems, swallowing issues, speech changes, handwriting changes, pain.
The DBS has been scheduled to help with motor issues and I suspect with pain. You may find that the proper adjustments which usually begin about 2 weeks after surgery may take some time. You will, as you know be working with a psecialist. I suggest putting problems into writing before each appointment.
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Question by MyPinion: What are early symptoms of osteoarthritis?
or related degenerative forms of arthritis….Is it more of an isolated disease, or–is can it affect the body in a more general way as well?
I have pain in my hips, along my spine and w/ my ankles-it feels like it’s more joint and bone related; I dont know how much of this is exasperated by worry. Im 32 yrs. old.
Answer by felicity
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease of joints from trauma, wear and tear, and unknown causes. Symptoms: joint and muscle pains after rest, relieved by exercise
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What is Arthritis? The old saying is famous that “Rather be safe then to Sorry”. Thus, if any person is finding the symptoms of Arthritis should be alert and need to care about it. Arthritis is a musculoskeletal system disorder particularly affecting the joints (knees, hips, hands etc.) It can affect any person at any age or sex.Arthritis occurs when cartilage is permanentlypassed due to injury, infection, or lack of immunity powerin old age. The bone joints depend on the cartilage for smooth workingof the bones without rubbing against each other. Thus it is a very chronic disease in which people finds a lot of limitations to handle their daily physical activities.
The most common symptoms of arthritis are pain in joints,swelling and toughness in the affected joints and other parts of the body such as the muscles, bones, and some internal organs can also be affected with the same disorder, depending on the condition and stage of the disease.
Causes of Arthritis All the joints in our body are protectedby numerous types of tissues which ensure its smooth functioning. One of the known tissues is Cartilage which covers the joint surfaces and helps in smooth movement of the joint. Any condition that affects the health of these tissues can result in Arthritis. Joints inflammation may also occur due to the following reasons:
• Presence of autoimmune disorders (a condition where our body’s immune system attacks healthy cells instead of diseased ones) • Bone fractures • Sudden breakages in bone tissues because of age or overuse (as in athletes) • Bacterial or viral infections in bones Types of Arthritis: Three common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout,Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, viral arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and fibromyalgia syndrome. Byfollowing possiblechangesinthe lifestyle one can easily get relief in the arthritis. If you are facing the same sort of symptoms then it is time to meet to your doctor. Form many years the painful symptoms of arthritis are treated by using medicine, steroid injections and even joint replacement in many cases.
The therapies hardly ever concluded in the permanent pain relief, and the original joint hurtcontinuedunaffected as well. Treatments of Arthritis: There are some therapies available, such as homeopathy, meditation and magnetic devices. They can often work very well along with your allopathic treatments in a complementary role. Some additional treatments can be concluded as glucosamine and chondroitin and acupuncture in treating arthritis. Study is also being done on the effect of omega-3 fatty acids, which found in some fish oils, as it’s said that they have anti-inflammatory properties. Adapting certain lifestyle changes, such as maintaining a healthy & normal weight, eating a balanced diet, reducing the risk of injury by warming up or daily exercises. These are the best way to reduce arthritis naturally.
The writer of this article is associated with BookMyDoctor.com and writing about the various diseases since a long time, in this article the writer mainly focused on the Causes of Arthritis and primary Symptoms of Arthritis, and about the various What is Arthritis that a patient can feel during this disease.
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Question by hairgal: symptoms of arthritis?
In the last year or so my knees have become very sore and when I first get out of bed sometimes it takes several minutes for me to be able to move without being stiff..also there is pain running donw the front of my chins..my left knee is sore to the touch all the time..and sometimes climbing or coming down steps in all but impossible..in my 20′s I recieved an injury to my left knee plaing coed baskeball I have been to doctors when it first became hard for me to go down steps and was told there was no arthritis..I dont have insurance and would like to find some remedies for the soreness..I have recently started to work out at the gym..mainly walking..Im hoping that will help..is this the way Arthriis starts?
Answer by caz_v8
It can be the start of things to come in the arthritis department. I habe had two knee surgeries and am about to begin a course of Glucosamine, it is supposed to help relieve joint pains like this.
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