Warning: Top 10 Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Do you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis? Or do you know someone who does?

This debilitating disorder is not the result of age or injury. It’s an autoimmune illness that can start at any time in life.

In fact, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis affects around 300,000 under-16s every year.

Autoimmune arthritis is also more common in girls than boys. Just like the adult form of the disease.

Actually, women are most likely to develop a wide range of autoimmune disorders.

The reason is in our genes – specifically the genes that control immune function.

Even more specifically, the X-chromosome.

Women have 2 X-chromosomes; men only 1.

And this is why you, as a woman, are more likely to suffer from rheumatoid arthritis than a man.

When an illness is the result of our DNA, signs and symptoms can begin at any life stage.

And as with all immune disorders, early control is vital to stop these symptoms getting worse.

Today, we’re going to learn about 10 early warning signs of rheumatoid arthritis.

10. Tiredness. They feel exhausted all the time.
9. Joint Pain
8. Temperature
7. Weight Loss
6. Symmetry
5. Lack of Range of Motion
4. Rheumatoid Nodule
3. Anaemic
2. An elevated C reactive protein blood test result
1. Rheumatoid factor and anti cyclic citrullinated peptide

To learn more watch our video for more information!


Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.

Keywords: rheumatoid arthritis,autoimmune,womens health

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