Arthritis For both Osteo and Rheumatoid arthritis.

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Old 11-25-2015, 11:40 PM #1
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There might be some past posts or threads , you can use the search & keywords to find any past posts..
http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/search.php

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I can help answer some of your questions. I've been surviving with it for many years. I know how much it sucks, but there are changes you can make that will improve your quality of life.
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I can help answer some of your questions. I've been surviving with it for many years. I know how much it sucks, but there are changes you can make that will improve your quality of life.
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Hello! I haven't been diagnosed. I'm in so much pain in my hips/back, feet/ankles, and spasms in my ribs. I have a small, very itchy, patch on my lower back about the size of a dime and my navel is itchy even though I'm a very clean person. I don't know if my spots are connected to this joint pain. Waiting on my rheumy appt.
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You could check the

Autoimmune Forum

for relevant posts as well.

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I just found this link on natural remedies and read some of the comments at the bottom of the link.

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellnes...?id=19886316#4

I deal with OA and now starting a new endeavor with high Vit C for joint pain. A friend is getting help with higher Vit C for her OA knees...but not psoriatic.
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