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20.08.2021 08:31
I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) when I was 27 years old. Prior to that, I led an active lifestyle, playing volleyball and tennis. However, illness soon took over. Throughout the years, I went to college, law school, got married, and had children. The first signs of PsA appeared in my left knee, but it quickly spread to both knees, hips, and shoulders. When our first child, a son,
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13.07.2021 15:02
The source of our independent spirit, the mentality that says I can do this all by myself, is unclear. It may stem from the American spirit of independence or a desire to not appear weak to others. Regardless of its origin, there are times when it is beneficial to be self-reliant, but there are also moments when we must set aside our pride and acknowledge that we cannot do everything alone.
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01.06.2021 00:21
Psoriatic arthritis is a condition that can cause swelling and impairment in various joints throughout the body, leading to limitations in range of motion, flexibility, and strength. I have discovered several helpful gadgets that cater to specific body parts affected by the condition. In terms of my hands, deformities have made it difficult for me to type properly, so I have opted for a computer
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19.02.2021 01:31
Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) can affect the metatarsal arch, causing sharp pain in the ball of the foot. This pain intensifies when walking barefoot or engaging in activities such as pivoting or running. If the pain persists for a few days, it is recommended to seek advice from a podiatrist who specializes in foot ailments. Over time, a callous may form above the metatarsal arch as a protective
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09.02.2021 01:48
As a child, I always felt like I was falling behind my peers. Using the handrail, I struggled to climb stairs, and I was always the slowest kid in gym class. I would talk to my parents about my knee pain, but they would tell me to toughen up. Despite my slower pace and constant pain, I never stopped pushing myself. I loved adrenaline-pumping activities like obstacle courses, canoeing, hiking,
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29.11.2020 20:50
Greetings, new and familiar faces. I apologize for my extended absence, as 2022 has been quite eventful. Today, rather than focusing solely on the present, I would like to take us on a journey back in time, specifically to the turn of the century or, as some prefer to call it, the turn of the millennium. It was during this era that I first experienced persistent aches and pains upon waking up.
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