Tens of millions of people EVERY YEAR across the US and Canada are told by their doctors that they have rheumatoid arthritis, according to the Centers of Disease Control. That is a troubling statistic, but even doctors make mistakes sometimes.
A chronic progressive disease, rheumatoid arthritis causes painful inflammation in the joints. This inflammation, most commonly in the wrists, fingers, feet, and ankles, can lead to deformities and immobility. But did you know that you might have been misdiagnosed? You might not have rheumatoid arthritis because there are other conditions that share the same symptoms. These are some of the conditions.
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