Spotlight: Pain

Pain, pain, go away

The most common symptom associated with RA is pain and it’s not just pain of the joints, pain can affect the entire body.
For someone living with RA, pain or chronic pain can be a vicious cycle of symptoms and on top of pain, fatigue, stiffness and swelling can accompany it.

Over the month of September we want to talk about pain how it affects our day to day and how can we manage our pain. Join us over the month to share a story about pain, or as a question about pain.

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Invisble Pain
By Ashley LeRay- July 22, 2013
I began experiencing joint pain, inflammation, and extreme fatigue. There were days that I could not get through my days at work without feeling like I needed a nap at 3pm…
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The Pain Drain
By Wren- February 19, 2016
Pain–even the mild type–simply tires us out as we strive to ignore it and get on with our lives. That fatigue can be hard to push through. It’s like walking through knee-deep mud…READ MORE

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By Lauren Tucker – May 18, 2016
Dealing with RA pain is a challenge and a feat that many of us have to contend with. Pain is a daily struggle…READ MORE

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