Working to ease the pain of arthritis through humor, sarcasm, and community, and put a face to this debilitating disease. At 26 years old I’ve raised a child. His name is Arthur, Arthr-i-tis. He’s 19 years old, a pain in my ass, and refuses to leave. He’s kind of a cocky SOB, but I think he gets that from his mom. He’s so needy that he keeps me from working currently. I keep on laughing cause that truly is the best medicine.
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Finding My Way
A little about me: My name is Christina and I am a young, 26 year old, single mother, diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of 15 years old but started showing symptoms at the age of 9 years old. I have been living with RA since the 3rd grade (about 17 years) and this is a life long journey for me.
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Day By Day With RA
Approximately one year ago I was noticing pain in my hands, wrist, shoulders, and toes. They kept going numb even when I was doing something. It hurt to hold my baby after 5 minutes, I was extremely tired all the time. But what Mom does not feel tired? I just tried to ignore it. Eventually the pain got the better of me, it became distracting and my exhaustion was limiting everything I did. I went to the doctor. I explained my symptoms, they ran some tests and a few days later…I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. I am only 34 years old.
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Scleroderma, Sarcoidosis And Box Wine
I live with Scleroderma and Sarcoidosis. Since 1994 they have been effecting my simple everyday experiences. I am working on just accepting it by making the right choices to stay healthy. I’m blogging because I want to help spread awareness. I could also have an undiagnosed case of narcism. Either way, sharing seems to help me feel better. Thank you for reading.
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Views From The Wheelchair
Views and advice about living with a disability. Everyday experiences and opinions showing how things affect the disabled. I’m hoping this blog supports others and there families with disabilities.
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