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Suggest Medication For Severe Arthritis

Recently my arthritis has gotten worse, with my fingers becoming somewhat disjointed. I have been tested for MS, rhumatoid arthritis, nearly everything and have tested negative for all. Even though I have always had arthritis in several areas of my body and my hands have gotten worse over the years, this is the first time that my finger joints have started to dislocate. Any suggestions as what could be wrong? Recently I was diagnoise with exsama on my skin and I do have heart disease with two stents in 2007. Had a recent stress thallium and all is well with that.
Tue, 19 Jan 2016
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hi,
there are two scenarios.
one that you have an inflammatory arthritis, which is seronegative. however if you see a rheumatologist, he could tell you.
other is there is a condition called generalised osteoarthritis.
this a a chronic non inflammatory arthritis.
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Suggest Medication For Severe Arthritis

hi, there are two scenarios. one that you have an inflammatory arthritis, which is seronegative. however if you see a rheumatologist, he could tell you. other is there is a condition called generalised osteoarthritis. this a a chronic non inflammatory arthritis.