You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when ‘moaning in bed’ no longer means what it once used to.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when the decision of what to put on your toast is determined by which jar has the loosest lid.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when a thoroughly productive day means you only took three naps.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you hope your boyfriend will put your bra *ON*.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you can no longer smell the menthol in your pain relief gels, yet everyone around you is dropping like flies.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you take your dog out for a sit.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when ‘waking up’ and ‘getting out of bed’ are two very different things.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you start sitting through the Justin Bieber videos because you don’t have the strength to pick up the remote control.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when every time you play tug-of-war, the dog wins.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when your husband brings drinks for the family, the toddler gets a regular glass and you get a sippy cup.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when by the time you finally reach a standing position, you forget why you were even moving in the first place.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you recognize half of the medicines, diseases, and treatments mentioned in any one episode of House, M.D.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you finally roll/stumble/fall out of bed at 12 noon, and everyone asks what you’re doing up so early.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when double dares start to involve things such as knee squats, running up the stairs, and lifting a gallon of milk.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when you declare everything below your knees ‘not your business’ and move all your clothing up higher in the dresser.

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You know you have rheumatoid arthritis when the snap, crackle, pop isn’t coming from your cereal bowl.

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