8 Ways to Live Well With RA

If you’re living with RA, you know how painful, tiring and unpredictable the disease can be. Early diagnosis, early treatment, and good management of RA can lead to long periods with no symptoms. Try These 8 Tips ›

Is Your RA in Remission?

Rheumatoid arthritis never goes away completely because there is no cure for the disease. However, with medications and self-management, you can take steps to feel better.  Is feeling much better the same as being in remission? Rheumatologists, doctors who specialize in rheumatoid arthritis, have long debated that question. 

Read up on how doctors define remission for RA

Is Your RA Treatment Working?

This symptom test will evaluate how the pain of RA is impacting your life.

8 Complications of RA

People with RA are familiar with the common symptoms: Joint pain, fatigue, and morning stiffness. You also need to be aware of RA complications. Complications are conditions caused by RA that affect areas of your body besides your joints.  You are more likely to have complications if you have severe RA. Although RA is more common in women, men are at greater risk of RA complications. Knowing about the possible complications and their symptoms can help you and your doctor catch these problems early.

Here are some of the most common complications to watch for