The Onset of Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms: How Does RA Begin?

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The story of how my Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms began

Several months ago, I wrote out the story of how Rheumatoid Arthritis began for me. I determined to put down the whole story in case I ever needed to share it. It was punishing for me to write for two reasons:

1) I did not want to relive the story.

2) I forced myself to stick to the facts, refraining from humor, sarcasm, anger, or grief.

As I have stated recently, I am uncomfortable writing about myself. Today, I am publishing my onset story of RA, Onset Upon a Time. So often on the blog, I edit out my own experiences in order to be objective. Now is your chance to see the long version of my own RA symptom story. I hope that I am finished discussing details of my own Rheumatoid Arthritis for a while.

Next week, I have some fun things planned for the blog. Meanwhile, have you ever written down your RA onset story? I am planning to post some here on the blog. So, click here to see how to send me your RA onset story or read more about the purpose of the Onset Story project.

Go straight to Kelly’s onset story

Click here to learn more about how to send in your story.


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Dr. Dolittle and Rheumatoid Arthritis

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This entry was posted on Friday, October 23rd, 2009 at 7:52 am and is filed under The Real Rheumatoid Disease. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


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