More Rheumatoid Arthritis Blogs…

Rheumatoid is a funny word
Hello! Welcome to my corner of the internet. I’m a 22 year old undergraduate student currently trying to shove myself through two majors and come out unscathed on the other side. It’s been my dream to go to law school, and I take another step in that direction every day. After a professional diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis in August 2011, I decided to start this blog detailing my struggles with the disease.
Read More: http://rheumatoidisafunnyword.blogspot.com/

A Rheumful of Tips
Living with a chronic and debilitating disease such as rheumatoid arthritis is challenging. How do you remain independent when the disease process can make even the simplest of activities impossible to do? On this blog, you can read about the tips and tricks that I use on a daily basis to live my life to the best of my abilities. Always check with your licensed healthcare professional before making any changes in the way you do things. I am sharing this information because I think you might be curious about how I move through my day.
Read More: http://rheumfuloftips.wordpress.com/

Strength Training with Inflammatory Arthritis
The labs say I’m healthy, no RA or Lupus. I am blessed that my joints do not show signs of damage. However, the pain in my body says different. My rheumatoligist told me that negative labs can be quite common at the start of disease and that I am “on the spectrum of inflammatory arthritis”. Those of you with autoimmune diseases may have experienced the same situation. I am lucky that she believes me. She believes I’m in pain, believes I ache, and believes that it truly affects my life despite my best efforts. She wants to treat me, and so I have started Plaquenil. So here I have poured out my heart about my disease and haven’t managed to say a thing about strength training yet! That’s what this blog is about, strength training with autoimmune arthritis. Here is my back story and lets get on with the lifting!
Read More: http://ifandstrength.com/

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