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Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Osteoarthritis 1. What caused my osteoarthritis? 2. I know someone with rheumatoid arthritis. Is this the same as osteoarthritis?

3. What drugs can I take if I frequently have stomach problems with pain relievers? 4. What are some appropriate exercises for someone. Osteoarthritis Prevention Questions For Your Doctor Since you’ve recently been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, ask your doctor these questions at your next visit. Ask your rheumatologist or health-care team these 12 questions when you first find out you have osteoarthritis (OA). Here are 10 questions to help you start a dialogue with your doctor and begin your journey to coping with OA.

Jessica Cerretani is a Boston-based freelance health writer and editor. Questions to ask about osteoarthritis. These questions may help you discuss your condition or the treatments you have been offered with your healthcare team. What to Ask Your Doctor About Osteoarthritis Knee Pain. Arm yourself with the right questions to make the most of the next appointment with your healthcare provider.

The higher your body mass index, the more likely you are to develop osteoarthritis. Genetics also plays a role. At least 30 percent of your risk for osteoarthritis is determined by your genes. Can my osteoarthritis be cured?

Unfortunately, no. Joint damage from osteoarthritis cannot be reversed. Osteoarthritis is the second most common rheumatologic problem and it is the most frequent joint disease with a prevalence of 22% to 39% in India. OA is more common in women than men, but the.

Advanced osteoarthritis is the most severe form of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a progressive condition, meaning it gets worse over time. If. Find interesting answers to your puzzling Osteoarthritis questions. Explore hundreds of insightful Osteoarthritis questions and answers (Q&A).

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  • please verify  it is very import, in my file here it says OA   NO ANKLES  WRIST EBOW SHOULDER UNLESS INJURY    IT IS VERY IMPORT  PLEASE VERY  THANK YOU

  • Thankyou for making this video. I just got diagnosed with arthritis in my upper spine and neck. Never thought at 28 I would be diagnosed with this. So was unprepared for the diagnosis.

  • Hey I’m from India…I have arthritis..I’m just 20 years old ��
    My both knee sometimes inflame, swelling,warm,and it hurts when I try to walk and other activities…what should I do? And which type of arthritis I have?????? Plz answer������������������������love from india

  • Study’s show that the ketogenic diet can significantly reduce knee arthritis. I’ve also heard of people needing knee A replacement and instead doing keto, then after a year there cartilage has regrown. Anyone had any experience with this?

  • My Absolute Recovery From Rheumatoid arthritis With Traditional Herbal Medication.

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  • great vid! and thank you! I now know I have R A…my knees were killing me all of a sudden and I could barely walk. It is soooooo depressing as I never had problems before. All of a sudden I had difficulty walking, go up and down steps and even getting off my chair at times! very very strange. One tip to all and am no doctor, not selling anything or whatever: please try the herb Moringa…within 4/5 days now am about 85-90 % back to normal.

  • Thanks for the explanation. I have DDD in my spine (D7-D8) i have dignotested at age 40. I lifted weight for 20 years. 7 years later I learned to live with the pain. Is it true that there are some food one should avoid in order to alleviate the pain?
    Thanks

  • Lovely Video! Forgive me for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you thought about Schallingora Complete Resetting Scheme (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a good one of a kind product for curing arthritis minus the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate after many years got astronomical success with it.

  • very informative! I do have OA but am not an old person nor do I over use it
    I don’t have RA, however, I do have fibro and a few of fibro symptoms can make it look like RA based on what you said. This info is fascinating.

  • Helpful video. But why do young women think it sounds appealing to scratch their voices like they have a terrible sore throat? It’s an affectation.

  • Does jump rope worsen OA? I was wondering because it is less painful for me than jogging maybe because you don’t jump high if you jump rope properly. Thanks for your videos, Dr Jo!

  • Thank you that explained the difference very well. I think I have OA does taking warfarin long term increase the on set of OA I have an AVR heart valve and I’ll be on it for life ( 61 years old)

  • Dr thank you so much for making these videos.

    I have a question i am not sure what i have with my knees but when i touch it and if i am in a sitting position i can feel a weird sensation like a crackling or grinding of my knee however i do not have pain

  • Im not disputing you dr,but i have r.a and have had it for 16 yrs after a while it doesnt follow the symmetrical rule..i can have it in my right shoulder one day and it will move to the left elbow then to both knees then my right foot then back to both shoulders so its all over the place.it just depends on the particular joints ive used the most that day.it starts out on both sides of the body but it doesnt stay that way the entire time…just an f.y.i God Bless

  • I was diagnosed with moderate/severe RA at 28 for me it’s symmetrical if one hurts the other one does as well, its normally after lunch time before the stiffness has went away. Its in my feet and toes, my fingers and wrists, and my knees. I also deal with flare ups from gout but I cant control it with proper dieting. When I do have a flare up my entire body is fevered my joints glow red and moving them is almost obsolete. Worst thing in the world for me still is when someone says well I have arthritis too. No you don’t you may have osteoarthritis but your immune system is not trying to destroy the fabric of your body.

  • Some what do ppl in the category of both symptoms probably have? I get fevers at night but I’m heavier than most so think oa and I’m warm to touch like fever in my legs at night as well. No swelling though yet that I can tell. I was diagnosed a while back with gout but the dr said it’s the kind that attacks all joints? Idk if it is the gout though as the pains very severe at times in my legs most.

  • My entire body is having I feel I can’t move or do anything even sitting my tailbone pain with tingling all over like electric shocks I’ve gone to a ton of doctors never getting anywhere so lost trying to look up my own symptoms ugh my feet hurt so bad I can barely walk right now..