As the air begins to blow, there are middle-aged women who feel stiff, swollen, and warm in their joints and fingers in the vein for an hour in the morning. The pain is worse when you press or move the joint sion, and the pain begins today in joints such as wrists and fingers in larger joints such as the knees or shoulders. These signs are probably rheumatoid arthritis.
ٿ Im stimulating the joint may increase the joint’s stiffness. In addition, psychological causes such as depression can cause acute and joint joint pain in the season.
“The symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis worsen, especially in winter,” said Song Run, professor of the rheumatology department at the Kangai University Hospital in Guangdong.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation and pain in the joints and eventually damages the joints. First, it causes tiredness and mild fever, and the joints become stiff, or large joints of the body, such as fingers, esons, wrists, and legs are swollen and painful.
Rheumatoid arthritis can occur at any age, but is most common in women in their 40s and 50s. There are three more Yerawak women than men.
“There are more than 25,000 rheumatoid arthritis patients every year, and if they are not treated properly, there is a 60-70% chance of bone loss,” said Taiwanese professor of rheumatology at Hanang University Rheumatology Hospital. Which causes bone and joint damage. Within two n years of commencement. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment are very important.
Common signs of rheumatoid arthritis are: When you wake up in the morning, your fingertips are tight, and it can take up to an hour to walk – your joints are in three or more areas. Areas in weeks are up to 6 weeks for you. Anti-inflammatory medications have been suggested, but your joint is not in pain control – high levels of inflammation are heard, etc. In particular, if they apply all four symptoms, it is very likely that it is rheumatoid arthritis, so a detailed examination is necessary.
Rheumatoid arthritis is difficult to treat, but with proper treatment, joint damage and symptoms may remain non-existent.
Jo Soo-kyung, a professor of rheumatology at Hanhang University Rheumatology Hospital, said, “Steroids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, anti-rheumatic drugs, biological agents, and oral-targeted therapy are used as therapeutic agents. Effect. “
As a result of the proposal of biologics and oral targeted therapists (JAK inhibitors) for rheumatoid arthritis patients, 56.5% of patients received remission (approximately combined loss and symptom status) or low disease activity within 1 year. This results from the analysis and treatment status data of 2,379 patients with rheumatic disease from December 2012 to September 2020 by the Clinical Research Committee of the Korean Rheumatology Society.
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