Living with the realities of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
You may know that rheumatoid arthritis (RA) leaves your joints stiff and painful. You also may know about its progressive nature. Perhaps you even know your disease can affect your whole body. But you should get to know more. Finding out as much as you can is important in order to fully understand the impact it can have, not only on your body, but also on your life.
See your RA in a new way
You may not think that RA has any effect beyond the pain and stiffness, but it can affect your whole life. RA can affect more than just the body. It can affect your day-to-day living. The best way to help manage your RA is to gather as much information about your disease as possible, so you can have productive conversations with your rheumatologist.
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