Can Rheumatoid Arthritis Completely Recover?
mlm, is Rhemathoid arthritis fully recoverable? so this is not the first sign that the index finger was swollen after that I checked with a specialist in the doctor and told to check CRP, CCP antibodies, and CRP positive if CCP check is not done, is it necessary? and yesterday right leg right thighs I was sick so I couldn’t even finally I ran to the emergency room and injected with anti-pain medicine immediately without pain after I was treated for 5 days but the pain in my thigh remained, what treatment was the most appropriate ?
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Rheumathoid arthritis or also known as rheumatism is a condition where inflammation in the joints occurs due to the body's immune system attacking itself. The exact cause is not yet known, but can be suspected due to genetic or hereditary factors. Rheumatism can be characterized by pain in the joints and joint stiffness and worsens when the morning after waking up or sitting too long. Affected joints can be accompanied by gecko, redness, and warm to the touch.
To make a definite diagnosis of rheumatism, it is necessary to have an examination, such as: physical examination, serological examination such as RF, ACPA, LED and CRP
RF stands for reumathoid factor which is an antibody that will react with other antibodies. ACPA is one of the important tests used to establish a rheumatic diagnosis. LEDs and CRPs are useful for detecting inflammation throughout the body. The examination is a related unit. The diagnosis of rheumatism is not only done through one type of examination, but there are several points that must be done to establish a rheumatic diagnosis.
There are several ways to reduce the symptoms of rheumatism at home, namely by lifestyle changes:
exercise is useful for mem, helps strengthen the resting muscles when rheumatism is recurring compresses with ice water the painful part eat foods that contain anti-inflammatory, such as: omega 3, turmeric, salmon or tuna, tuna, chia seeds or walnuts. You need to check your situation, and control regularly. because if you are positive for rheumatism, you need to take medication to prevent inflammation of the joints so that your joints remain normal or not bent.
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