In my thirties I was diagnosed with RA, and I thought they must have made a mistake, I did not have arthritis. I had pain in my hand, so I had carpal tunnel surgery, about 10 years later I had my other hand done. I was also diagnosed with allergies and food intolerances. Then I had pericarditis and a pericardial window. Then I had plantar fasciitis, then I had anemia and had to be hospitalized and receive blood transfusions. with pain in my hips and legs. It all makes sense now.
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