rheumatoid arthritisa woman of 50 yrs old suffering from RA since 7 years. She is fat and increases flesh eventhough her appetite is dimnished and eats less. her son left her and went and she had this constant grief, as it was her only child and had immense love for him, later she developed the complaints. he later came back, but she still fears that he may leave her and go. she is talkative and extrovert.she dislikes to be alone and fears that. Right sided complaints. Pain of cervical spine, knee, elbow etc.
sivasakthi on 2015-05-05
2- Describe your main suffering?(which parts of body is is effected and other symptoms like indigestion ,isonomia,acidity,pain and stiffness in body, constipation ,etc)
3-What other physical sufferings do you have in your body?
4-What mental sufferings / feelings do you have associated with your physical sufferings?
5-When did it all start? Can you connect it to any past event or disease? (Like after certain medication or surgery or change in place,etc)
6-What are the things which aggravate your suffering and which are those which ameliorate the same?
8-did change in place make u feel better?which climate make u feel better ?
9-is there any abnormality in stool?If yes describe the type of stool?
10- how is thirst,hunger and sweating less/normal/excess?
11-what major diseases runs in ur family?
12-what medication u have taken or taking?
13 is it possible for u to send all the reports u have on this to my e-mail?
gaintrox 6 years ago
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