Living Day by Day

by Lynne Pugh
(Auburn, AL, USA)

When I first found out that I had RA it felt like the end of life. I was in so much pain that I hated each day. When I finally got to see the Doctor and got on meds, I knew it wasn't going to be that bad. Without God, I would not be here today. I pray each day that the meds keep helping, but I know God is with me. He is living with me day by day!

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Sep 24, 2011
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RA and Pregnant
by: Anonymous

I am 17 weeks pregnant and have had RA for about 6 years. I knew when I first got pregnant there was a chance for the RA to go into remission but that did not happen in my case. I want to enjoy my pregnancy and RA is making it very difficult. I cry a lot from the pain. There are days I just cannot get out of bed or go to the bathroom by myself. My husband helps a lot but be has a job too and I'm getting scared that I will lose my job from calling in at least 3 times a month. If anyone has any suggestions as to what therapy will help please post.

May 05, 2011
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Pregnant and living with RA
by: Jen

What a difficult time in my life this has been. I am currently 34 weeks pregnant and diagnosed with RA. It has been a challenge every single day. My rhuemotologist said that with pregnancy my RA would disappear but that unfortunatley did not happen in my case. I struggle to get up and get going in the morning. I am on a low dosage of prednisone. It does abosulutely nothing for me. Pregnancy should be the best time of my life but this disease has limited my happiness. I hate this disease and how much my life is limited now. I have a 5 year old as well and i am not the active mommy i was once. It saddens me.

Aug 18, 2010
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just was diagnosed with RA
by: Anonymous

I have been in so much pain the last couple of months and was recently diagnosed with RA Im a 32 year old mom of 3 kids 10 8 and almost 2 ! I am taking alot of meds now and found a great rhematologist! The meds make me sick so far and no relief with this pain i will go back to the dr in 2 weeks to ajust the meds if needed!
I dont know how i could possible get through this with out the power of prayer with out My faith I whould probally be a deppressed mess!!!
I know that i wont let this disease controll my life! I Just keep praying I cab get this pain managable it is so tough to try and put a good face on but its so hard when all my joints hurt sooo bad and I feel so sick:( I guess one day at a time! At least I have a awesome husband who ha sbeen really supportive!!!!

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Apr 06, 2010
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Yes!
by: Deb

I felt the same way. I agree that prayer and also a positive attitude help tremendously!

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