fibromyalgia and chronic pain syndrome

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Syndrome

Let’s discuss fibromyalgia and chronic pain syndrome. An estimated four million Americans are affected by fibromyalgia. It’s a chronic pain condition that can be difficult to diagnose and describe. Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Syndrome One of the fibromyalgia patient, Vicky, shares her story with us. 20 Years with Chronic Pain ”My name is Vicky, and…


COVID 19 – How Can You Protect Yourself from Coronavirus?

The growing COVID 19 or coronavirus outbreak is causing chaos in global financial markets. It’s freezing supply chains, and also it’s causing workplaces from all over the world to create work from home plans and ban business travel. COVID 19 In late January 2020, Chinese scientists in Shanghai released the fully sequenced genome of the…

Treat Chronic Costochondritis

Treat Chronic Costochondritis – Manage Chest Pain

Today we are going through how to treat chronic costochondritis pain. Here are some three things you can do from home to manage your chest pain. Treat Chronic Costochondritis Below are the following steps you can try and ask your doctor to guide you manage your chest pain. Try over-the-counter Painkillers Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are…

Christmas gift for people with chronic illness

Christmas Gift Ideas for People with Chronic Illness

It is challenging to buy a Christmas gift for people with chronic illness. If you are going to buy someone a gift who is suffering from chronic illness, it is going to be really hard to choose what to buy due to their debilitating symptoms. Someone who is healthy cannot imagine how different life can…

Brain Fog in Fibromyalgia

Brain Fog in Fibromyalgia | Fibro Fog Causes

Today I am going to be discussing Brain Fog in Fibromyalgia. Now it is a very common symptom. It’s common for people that have fibromyalgia, it’s common for people that have thyroid conditions. The majority of thyroid problems are an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s. Brain Fog in Fibromyalgia So for many people that have fibromyalgia…

Early Rheumatoid Arthritis

Charting Course on Early Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

HSS experts are doing research to make sense of rheumatoid arthritis at a cellular level. The hope of cultivating a more targeted approach to treating it. Forming a deeper understanding could also lead to advances in drug development. Rheumatologists Vivian Bykerk, MD, and Susan Goodman, MD, explain what makes this work so exciting. Early Rheumatoid…

Methotrexate side effects

Methotrexate Hair Loss, Headaches, Side Effects

Minor side effects of methotrexate hair loss which is temporary and reversible. Methotrexate is commonly used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and many other autoimmune and inflammatory conditions. In fact, it’s the first line of treatment for most people after they’re diagnosed. Methotrexate Hair Loss & Side Effects Minor side effects might include hair loss which…


Spondyloarthritis and Rheumatological Diseases

Rheumatological diseases and¬†Spondyloarthritis can strike people in the prime of their lives. More than just aches and pain caused by aging, these are complex autoimmune diseases. Some of these diseases can affect major organs including the joints, brain, and nerve, heart and blood vessels, Lung, kidneys, and skin, causing serious complications that can be life-threatening….

Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathophysiology

Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathophysiology

Today we looked at Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathophysiology, the clinical manifestations,¬†the hand involvement, the potential causes as well as articular manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathophysiology The clinical presentation of rheumatoid arthritis is symmetrical. The patient has pain, swelling as well as nodules around the area. Hand involvement is early in the disease and affects…

Reasons to See a Rheumatologist

Reasons to See a Rheumatologist, Rheumatic Disease

Do you want to know reasons to see a rheumatologist? Today we look at some of the most basic questions regarding rheumatic disease and it’s symptoms. Reasons to See a Rheumatologist Do you have pain in your joints, muscles or bones? Is this pain severe? Does it last for more than three or four days?…

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