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Learning Wednesday: Rheumatoid Arthritis Part 1


As Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) begins to affect your body, small joints like your fingers and toes may become warm, stiff, or swollen. These symptoms may come and go and can last a few days or a few weeks.

If not treated adequately, RA can have a significant impact on a patient’s daily life. 60% of people who have RA but are not receiving effective treatment may be unable to work after 10 years.  

health medicine dr martha castro noriega mexico california america

5 thoughts on “Learning Wednesday: Rheumatoid Arthritis Part 1”

  1. Dear Dr 🌷🙏👌Thank you for so great information 👍🏻🙏 I had endometriosis and operated , now 10 years no problem 😊
    I’m caring my health 🌹🙏I’m very carefully reading your’s this Arthritis advice 🌷🙏♥️

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