well, 1st u have to understand that this is a chronic disease and it cannot be cured completely but can be controlled. look, she is on steroid which aggravates osteoprorsis, that is why pain in feet and swelling also. uti is also because of steroid as it causes immunosupression. even...
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I shall begin my discussion with this statement. "Seronegative arthropathy is a chronic disease with no specific treatment to cure it. The available treatments are primarily used to reduce the some of the symptoms of pain and to reduce the further complications like...
Arthritis with herbs and spices
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1. Arthropathy or any Rheumatic disease is consider under ‘AAM’ [AMA is toxic by product of...
Your disease psoriatic arthritis is a type of seronegative spondyloarthropathy, means the arthritic factors are usually negative in these conditions. As you are taking enbrel injection for last 2 months,(it is etanercept, a type of TNF-inhibitor) this might be the probable cause for...
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From your complains it seems you have multiple joint and back pains from a long time. Also you cant squat or twist or bend over, it is mostly due to stiffness of joints or sometimes in arthritis.
You also need to take lots of medicines and pain killers to relieve...
I am prabhakar Behera. I am suffering from seronegative spondyloarthritis since 4 years. I am not standing or walking properly. Whole day I am laying down on the bed only. So, for this disease what is the proper treatment. Please guide me sir.
treatment protocol of seronegative spondyloarthritis is same of seropositive spondyloarthritis. I.e NSAIDS, sulfasalazine, and biologics. choice of biologics is different.
you need to see a rheumatologist se soon as possible.
Lower back pain with blurring of vision can be the manifestation of disease i.e Spondyloarthropathy. Get the X Ray of your pelvis (AP view), ESR/CRP, HLA B27, and get your eyes examined by an ophthalmologist for evidence of uveitis or episcleritis. As of now for the pain take any NSAIDS...
From your question I come to know that your sister has been suffering from Ankle and knee joint pain and swelling since age of 18yrs till today, that is for 12 yrs and she also suffers from colitis,
The picture points towards a a type of arthritis (Joint Swelling) known as Seronegative...
this was years ago. In the last week I have noticed the same symptoms in my hands I cant sleep I drop things the
more I do the worse it gets. I take demoral for pain on a regular basis put I have not taken any for about 7 days. Is
there anything I can take because at this point I feel like going to emerg.
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Crohn's disease is associated with spondyloarthritis.
Now please get in complete blood examination as C B C, E S R.
Stool examination is also important .
Rheumatoid factor may be responsible for joint pain.
INFLIXIMAB is very important drug in...
I have had multiple joint pains, ankle, lateral knee and sometimes hip pain for the pass 3 weeks.
Was initially prescribed prednisolone 20mg for 10 days by a GP, however, I decided to go see a ortophedic. Did x-rays and blood test as suspected slip disc or RA. X-rays showed no damage, and RA factors (8.3) and Uric acid (0.33) levels were normal. XXXXXXX screening came back negative and C-reative were <1.
Ortophedic said to stop the prednisolone and he prescribed me arcoxia 90mg for 10 days. If does not work, I will be refered to a RA doctor.
Nevertheless, after 3 days, I had a very bad tummy upset and my ankle began to swell. So I reverted back to prednisolone. The prednisolone reduced the swelling and pain disappears. I tried to stop it for a day but the pain came back.
I am 30 years old, 78kgs, 175cm and pretty active at sports however I have not been active for the past 10 days due to this condition.
Appreciate what you might think this is due to.
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Well looking into your problem I would like to tell you that 10 days is a very short history for diagnosing arthritis . Since all your tests have come up normal . I would advise you to go for...
The doctor first suspected Ankylosing Spondylitis. I seem to have very many of the symptoms but the tests don't strongly support that diagnosis. Now he is thinking I might have something called DISH and also is testing for Lupus (which I tested negative for in the past). I was hoping some of the doctors on this site might have some ideas to contribute based on my profile. According to tests the inflammation and prednisone are beginning to affect my vision although I don't notice the changes yet.
You can be suffering from seronegative Spa
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Well looking into your problem I would suggest you that there is a possibilty that you can be suffering from seronegative spondyloarthropathy .
History of having...