A Change of Plans With a chronic, incurable disease like Rheumatoid Arthritis, this is not the retirement I had planned. Sometimes I blog about RA. Sometimes I blog about the other 90% of my life – but RA is always there.
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I am a middle school teacher that happens to have Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). I was diagnosed about 5 years ago and have been taking a ridiculous amount of medication ever since. I have always felt fatigued and just generally yucky! With a recent change of rheumatologists and a decrease in medication, I started to feel a lot better! I then stumbled across some healthy living blogs and I started to wonder how my diet might me impacting my RA and other health issues I have been experiencing. As I did more research I realized that I drastically needed to change my diet. The first thing I did was go gluten-free! This blog will be a crazy mix of all things related to teaching, having RA, being gluten-free, and whatever else comes up in life!
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oh frabjous day!
I was formally diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis on my 23rd birthday, not too long ago, but a lifetime away. Some days I am fine, and some days I really am not. This week is a ‘really am not’ week.
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