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I'm Celena, 33yr, diagnosed with fibromyalgia, u/c and several other accompanying things. Have dealt with pain since preteen years that I can remember, always had joint pain since way back when. RA and OA run in my father's side of the family, my mother has MS and those are the only AID's that I know of in my family. They're all from wisconsin which I heard can be related to some AI diseases.
Going on the 3rd of March to my high risk OB, they're going to be doing testing for clotting disorders, auto immune diseases (more thoroughly than rheum has) because I've had 3 losses in the past 7 months.
34 years old, my son (first) was born September 2009.
I've had Crohn's Disease since 2001. After a lot of ups and downs, I've successfully managed it since April 2008, thankfully. I had no problems while pregnant.
Hi! I'm 27 years old, and DH and I are TTC#1. I've had joint pain for the last decade, but it has become progressively worse and spread to other joints in the last few years. It feels like I've been through a ton of tests (including MRIs, blood work, and even a colonoscopy), but the results are always normal. My rheumatologist's best guess at this point is RA that is not yet showing up in my blood work. Right now I'm taking sulfazine, but it doesn't work as well as I would like.