A Rheumatoid Arthritis Morning

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“Success isn’t about achieving something in the future, but about doing something right now that you love.” -Leo Babauta, zenhabits.com 10:00 am Yesterday, I had one of my usual morning episodes of morning stiffness, which lasted until past midday. While the inflammation was present throughout my entire body, it seemed to be particularly focused on my ankles. On cold days, …

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Taper Update

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As many of you may already know, I’ve been on 20mg+ of Prednisone for the past few months. I previously tried to taper off many times, but the results were always the same: a major flare-up, followed by another increase in my Prednisone dosage. A few weeks ago I started another taper, this time determined that I would make it …

180 Degree Turn

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I’m feeling pretty good right now. Which if you has asked me 48 hour ago, this would have been the last thing that I would have thought I’d be saying right about now. But I’ve had a really good day and a half…sure, my symptoms have shown a slight decrease during this short time period, but any objective measurement would …

Rheumatoid Arthritis Back To The Future

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy has a script for a new movie. Desperate to find a cure for his chronic pain and debilitating information, he creates a time travel machine out of an old DeLorean in order to jump half a century into the future. Of course they’ll have developed more effective and less expensive medicines some fifty or sixty years from …