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Types of Arthritis

Comparing 3 Common Arthritic Conditions


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I was hoping for information abou psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Report
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Thanks for the information. Report
perhaps the reason fibro was included is that it feels so similar. I'm told I have fibro and ra and the aches are pretty similar. Report
Fibromyalgia is not considered a form of arthritis. I am very surprised that you wrote an article on arthritis and included fibromyalgia. Report
Very good and important information Report
I have arthritis in my hands and their bent at the joints. Report
Great article, Thanks! Report
Fibromyalgia is not arthritis it is a neurochemical issue.

The article states that there are at least 100 forms, but only references the two everyone knows about. Report
I have arthritis in my knees. Report
I have osteoarthritis. At some point over-the-counter pain pills don't work any more. Report
Good article. Very informative! Report
I have psoriatic arthritis which is not mentioned Report
Update older articles would be helpful. Report
Recent research appears to indicate that diet plays a role for many with autoimmune disease. A couple of books have really helped me address underlying inflammation present in my body. "The Autoimmune Fix" by Dr. Tom O'Bryan and "The Plant Paradox" by Dr. Steven R. Gundry. Food has become my medicine. I've used not pain pills while recovering from a non-traumatic pelvic fracture that was likely caused by the underlying autoimmune damage.

There is hope! Report

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