it depends ...is it osteoarthritis or rheumatoid?....osteoarthritis can start in an old injury ...it doesn't" spread " per say , but most folks will end up with it in several places if they live long enough...it also depends on weight and exercise level as to how much and how soon you get it ....rheumatoid arthritis is an auto immune disorder and is totally different from osteoarthritis in that is usually works on pairs of joints on opposing sides of the body at the same time.
A woman's period does not affect her height. Her height is affected by the genetics of her family which will determine how tall she grows.
Arthritis is not an infection and therefore has no incubation period.
sometimes, it really just depends on your body. it might affect your period, it might not, but chances are it won't affect you. if your period is affected, or changes when you should get it, don't worry, it will get back on its regular schedule soon and on its own.
The time period just affected Shakespeare's plays - come on.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disease that effects the joints. Most commonly, the disease manifests in the joints of the hands and feet. The disease causes the immune system to attack the body's tissues and can lead to severe joint damage and other issues.What are the Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis?Patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis may experience swelling or tenderness in the joints, stiffness in the early hours of the day, bumpy masses of tissue under the skin, weight loss, unusual tiredness and fever. During the early stages of the disease, patients may notice pain in the joints of the hands and feet. Eventually, symptoms may spread to other joints like the knees, hips or shoulders. Symptoms often flare up, becoming severe for a period of time, before calming during a remission period.What Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis?Doctors are not sure what causes the immune system to attack the body's own tissues, but the disease is likely genetic.What are the Risk Factors for Developing Rheumatoid Arthritis?Numerous factors may affect the risk of developing this disease. Women and the elderly are more likely than men or young people to develop the disease. Rheumatoid arthritis may also run in families. Smoking is also a risk factor.What are the Complications of Rheumatoid Arthritis?Rheumatoid arthritis can affect more than just joints. Patients diagnosed with the rheumatoid arthritis are at a higher risk for developing osteoporosis, a disease that weakens the skeleton and can cause bone fractures. Rheumatoid arthritis can also cause cardiovascular problems, carpal tunnel syndrome and lung disease.How is Rheumatoid Arthritis Diagnosed?Rheumatoid arthritis can be a challenge to diagnose because the symptoms are often similar to those of other diseases. There is no one procedure that can be done to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis but doctors may perform a physical exam, blood tests or x-rays to diagnose the disease.
The risk of cracking one's knuckles (sliding joints under pressure) is that it can cause inflammation of the joints, or even cartilage damage. In young people, this damage will usually be repaired in a short period, but it could aggravate arthritis in older adults.
Yes, you run if you have arthritis but you can't run for a long period of time.
You don't unless you check out the effected joints with xrays or other imaging equipment. Even then you cant always be sure until you have taken these over a period of time.
In answer to your question Nopalea does reduce inflammation. Arthritis is basically the inflammation of the joints. In my experience people who continually consume this Nopal cactus juice have a dramatic reduction in inflammation and pain. The key is to consume enough of Nopalea to reduce the inflammation that has been building up for a period of time.
It didn't when I flew on a 12 hour flight from London to Tokyo.The real problem is the size of airline seats which are impossible for any normal person to be comfortable in, let alone anyone with rheumatoid arthritis.A problem for people with RA is that they need too move their joints to keep them loose even when they are not in a period of rheumatic flare up, as to long a period without movement makes effected joints hurt.Take every opportunity you can to stretch your legs, this is a good move to avoid thrombosis as well
Possibly, other women WILL affect each other's menstrual cycle.
The seven years war affected north America
Very much so!
Gonorrhea treatment will not affect your period.
Height does not affect the period of a pendulum.
In a simple pendulum, with its entire mass concentrated at the end of a string, the period depends on the distance of the mass from the pivot point. A physical pendulum's period is affected by the distance of the centre-of-gravity of the pendulum arm to the pivot point, its mass and its moment of inertia about the pivot point. In real life the pendulum period can also be affected by air resistance, temperature changes etc.
The LEEP procedure would not affect your period.
Mild bacterial vaginosis is not likely to affect your period. If your symptoms are causing pelvic pain, it may affect your period.
Because arthritis is caused by inflammation in the joints, to treat it naturally the inflammation must be targeted and reduced. Some diet supplements, such as Omega-3, can help reduce inflammation and may show positive results over a period of time. Light exercise can help improve circulation to reduce swelling and inflammation, as well as the application of cold compresses.
Having a period will not affect chlamydia treatment.
It will most likely NOT affect your period, so no worries
it affected the colonial period by shaping the next war or battle in this case which later pushed the french to join forces with the colonist or patriots in this case
It is said, that you can cure arthritis by practicing qigong. It is one of those things that can not be done once. You have to do it for a long period of time in order to see results.
No, a pap smear will not affect the timing of your period.
BV will not affect the period.