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There are 75 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Aug 2, 2010, titled Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Can Live Full, Healthy Lives | WBNS-1.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Aileen Wheaton visits Grant Medical Center every five weeks for an IV drug. It keeps her rheumatoid arthritis in check.

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“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#65 Jun 18, 2012
rowdy01 wrote:
RS, check this out. I just stumbled onto it this morning. Coincidentally, my rheumatologist prescribed vitamin D for me about two months ago.
http://www.healthcentral.com/rheumatoid-arthr...
I hope you're getting it OTC, Vitamin D3, and taking it with food. What was your D level?

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#67 Jun 18, 2012
Ruffio wrote:
anyone live in the tristate area and aren't looking to have RA anymore, i know this may sound crazy as flying pigs but i need to show you some research I've been doing and the fact that i can potentially cure you in 2 months tops.
i started dong research because my uncle (now hes gone :/) had RA and he was so miserable because of it and i didnt even have time to help him.
so if your interested in seeing the research and proven documents i have id be more than happy to show you / do my best to help you.
[email protected]
email me asap :)
Yes, because copy and paste are foreign concepts to you. Sending you my e-mail address right now.
sam

Netherlands

#68 Jun 22, 2012
Check this out - http://www.noflam.com/...

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Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#69 Jun 22, 2012
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you're getting it OTC, Vitamin D3, and taking it with food. What was your D level?
I really don't know what the level was. The nurse called me and said "the doctor wants you to start taking vitamin d, I'm calling it in for you today". It is prescription and its cheap lol.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#70 Jun 22, 2012
sam wrote:
Check this out - http://www.noflam.com/...
I've tried these so-called miracle remedies including glucosamine and chondroitin, fish oil etc. They are absolutely horse-sized pills and did nothing for me.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#71 Jun 22, 2012
rowdy01 wrote:
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I've tried these so-called miracle remedies including glucosamine and chondroitin, fish oil etc. They are absolutely horse-sized pills and did nothing for me.
same here

changing diet did help big time.

now I am just cranky because I can't eat what I want.

I drink dinner sometimes now.

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Toledo, OH

#72 Jun 22, 2012
rowdy01 wrote:
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I really don't know what the level was. The nurse called me and said "the doctor wants you to start taking vitamin d, I'm calling it in for you today". It is prescription and its cheap lol.
No biggie, just being a nibby nose.

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Toledo, OH

#73 Jun 22, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
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drink dinner sometimes now.
And lunch :) I'll worry if you start drinking breakfast.

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Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#74 Jun 22, 2012
GlitterSucks wrote:
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And lunch :) I'll worry if you start drinking breakfast.
I'm drinking breakfast right now! Home made iced mocha :)

“Learn n not be ignorant.”

Since: Jun 11

new jersey

#76 Sep 27, 2012
CyberV wrote:
Yeah, I'm only 29, and I've been suffering with it for 2 years. It took them forever to diagnose me and find a treatment that worked. I've had it in both my feet, wrists, left shoulder, hands, and right knee.

It's excruciatingly painful. I'd compare the recent shoulder incident to having a spine made of antique porcelin. I couldn't bend over and I could barely move my arm. I was a prisoner of my own body.

Sam, do us all a favor and stay out of it if you have nothing useful to contribute. I certainly hope this article is followed up on soon, because if there ARE other treatments out there, I want to know so I can discuss them with my doctor.
I called myself the tin man wow how similar we sound!:( I'm sorry I know how you feel too this sucks !;( xxxooo

Since: Jan 13

London, UK

#77 Feb 15, 2013
I think this is well known to everybody that every medicine of arthritis has their side effects and those medicines make their affects in normal life. As per my knowledge till now there is no medicine that can be applied without side effects.
Erika

South Gate, CA

#78 Jul 16, 2013
I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis this year...I am only 17 about to be 18 and this disease really scares me:( sometimes the pain is so bad I can't walk because my feet, ankles and knees hurt so bad I cry almost everyday thinking about how this disease is going to destroy my life:'( but its very comforting to know that I am not the only one and if others can get through it I can too

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Albakoikee

#79 Jul 17, 2013
Erika wrote:
I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis this year...I am only 17 about to be 18 and this disease really scares me:( sometimes the pain is so bad I can't walk because my feet, ankles and knees hurt so bad I cry almost everyday thinking about how this disease is going to destroy my life:'( but its very comforting to know that I am not the only one and if others can get through it I can too
It may take a while, but you will eventually find the right combination of meds to help you cope. I haven't had a major flare-up for over a year now.
Kendall

Calgary, Canada

#80 Oct 17, 2013
Hi! I have came accross a product (all natural) that has helped some friends with arthritis and many others as well, and i have been looking for people to share it with, with similar conditions to try and help as many people out! If you think you would be willing to check it out to see if it could work for you, would you be interested in learning about it? email me if you are and we'll get connected - k . matieshin @ gmail . com

we've changed a few peoples lives, and i would love to help impact thousands!

Since: Oct 13

East Berne, NY

#81 Oct 29, 2013
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have a significantly higher risk of having a heart attack, compared to other people.

According to The National Health Service (NHS), UK, about 350,000 British people are affected by rheumatoid arthritis.
According to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (UK) rheumatoid arthritis affects 0.8% of the UK population.
According to The Mayo Clinic, USA, the disease is two to three times more common in women than in men.

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