State of mind is important when faced with RA, Most people don't understand the pain that is RA because most RA patients "Look Well" (some don't). Support from family is iomportant to your state of mind. Since that support isn't coming from your family it's up to you to over come that fact by going for countceling to learn how to cope with and overcome this. We in the RA Community understand and are here for you. Good luck to you. You are in my thoughts.View Thread
Approximately half an hour after eating anything, my stomach fills with so much gas and pain I think I will explode, those feeling fade away with time passing. This happens every time I eat. Does anyone out there feel this? View Thread
the nodule on the roof my mouth has been seen by a dentist. he has no clue. MD said to see an oral surgeon. sores and nodule were there before starting methorexate. thank you for answering. i will keep up with my meds. and see an oral surgeon.View Thread
I've been on Methotrexate for 5 weeks. Before I started the drug I felt many of the "side effects" of the drug. Now that I'm on the drug those things have been exaggerated. Feels like someone is trying to pull all my teeth out...like someone is smashing all my finger tips with a hammer. The left side of my face is in pain and numb at the same time. I want to scream...I try to keep busy as not to think about "it". Thank you..anyone who's listening.View Thread
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