I am also Seronegative RA. Diagnosed x 3.5 years and still trying to find what works for me. I was on Arava but it quit working after 7 months. I am now on two different pills with an application to insurance for approval for starting Enbril shots. I am so tired and need relief.View Thread
I have a daughter to raise all by myself. I have been talked to by my PCP regarding ddsi but if I do, the money and care are very limited. How do you care for a child, put them in college and the extra needs tat come up. Dependent on government limits your finances to a fixed income. Long waiting in lines (which is VERY painful). Once your on it, you are stuck on it. I have no one to help me. My mom is too far up in age and needs me which is frustrating. I should be taking care of her, not her taking care of me. There are so many much more worse off than I. Can someone tell me more about the benefits of going on disability?View Thread
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