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    I've had Crohn's disease for about 15 years. Only in the last couple of years have I had serious issues with it. Last year I had surgery and had 6" of my small intestine removed. Since then I have been taking Remicade treatments. The Remicade is a TNF blocker that is supposed to block the immune system from attacking the colon. I have not had any issues with Crohn's sense.

    However, in the last few weeks, I've had some serious joint issues with pretty much all my joints (hands, fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, toes, shoulders). It feels like rheumatoid arthritis and my doctor seems to think so as well. Both diseases are caused by the auto immune system attacking healthy parts of the body instead of just bacteria and viruses. So now instead of attacking my colon, it seems to be attacking my joints.

    Does anyone here have arthritis? If so, what do you do to help control the pain? My job and most of my day are spent on a computer typing. Some days it is very difficult. Some days it is difficult to even walk. I am 39 years old and sometimes I feel like I'm 80. I was talking to my dad and my uncle the other day comparing our problems and the drugs we take. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboBrian View Post
    I've had Crohn's disease for about 15 years. Only in the last couple of years have I had serious issues with it. Last year I had surgery and had 6" of my small intestine removed. Since then I have been taking Remicade treatments. The Remicade is a TNF blocker that is supposed to block the immune system from attacking the colon. I have not had any issues with Crohn's sense.

    However, in the last few weeks, I've had some serious joint issues with pretty much all my joints (hands, fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, toes, shoulders). It feels like rheumatoid arthritis and my doctor seems to think so as well. Both diseases are caused by the auto immune system attacking healthy parts of the body instead of just bacteria and viruses. So now instead of attacking my colon, it seems to be attacking my joints.

    Does anyone here have arthritis? If so, what do you do to help control the pain? My job and most of my day are spent on a computer typing. Some days it is very difficult. Some days it is difficult to even walk. I am 39 years old and sometimes I feel like I'm 80. I was talking to my dad and my uncle the other day comparing our problems and the drugs we take. LOL
    we have a girl who has very bad arthritis and carpal tunnel. She uses a special mouse that looks more like a joystick than anything else and a special keyboard. She says it makes all the difference in the world.

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    My youngest daughter has Cohn's. It was terrible for a very long time but she's soooo much better now. She was diagnosed at 7 and she spent about the next 5 years going through treatment after treatment and nothing was seeming to work. She was on Remicade for the longest time but her body actually built up an immunity to it. Finally after months of her suffering through it, she is now on Xyfaxin. It seriously made all the difference in the world. She is like night and day. I thank God for her Doctors and the patience they had with both her and I. Cohn's is a very tough disease. I only wish that you can get as well as my daughter did as soon as you can!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboBrian View Post
    I've had Crohn's disease for about 15 years. Only in the last couple of years have I had serious issues with it. Last year I had surgery and had 6" of my small intestine removed. Since then I have been taking Remicade treatments. The Remicade is a TNF blocker that is supposed to block the immune system from attacking the colon. I have not had any issues with Crohn's sense.

    However, in the last few weeks, I've had some serious joint issues with pretty much all my joints (hands, fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, toes, shoulders). It feels like rheumatoid arthritis and my doctor seems to think so as well. Both diseases are caused by the auto immune system attacking healthy parts of the body instead of just bacteria and viruses. So now instead of attacking my colon, it seems to be attacking my joints.

    Does anyone here have arthritis? If so, what do you do to help control the pain? My job and most of my day are spent on a computer typing. Some days it is very difficult. Some days it is difficult to even walk. I am 39 years old and sometimes I feel like I'm 80. I was talking to my dad and my uncle the other day comparing our problems and the drugs we take. LOL
    Well no to Crohns but...
    if you've read some of my previous posts, I've had arthritis for a number of years now. Regretibly it hit my hands, knees, left hip, and right shoulder. I've undergone therapy, taken prescriptions, holistics, herbal medicines, physio....the whole 9 yards. I can say that through altering my playing hight and style slightly, and being a little more cognescent of warming up prior to playing, as well as taking some prescriptions regularily, and injections from time to time, that do help with pain, my playing is still intact. It's a bitch though. Mine is very much hereditary to my knowledge. My hip hurts real bad in the morning, and it takes a while to loosen up, but still know it's there. Uggggh. My grandfather's knees were absolutely shot, He worked on aircraft during World War two and spent alot of time on his knees during fabrication. He had more operations on them than I can count, and my dad's hands are fairly knarled. Basically what you use the most and are the hardest on is what tends to fail first. It was actually my dad who noticed the visible signs in my hands first. Enlarged knuckles, and the protruding bone in my left wrist, which became excruciating. I feel for you, but there is alot of help these days. Cortisone though it's been around a while works wonders though it is a steroid, and not always the most desirable route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Ventura View Post
    My youngest daughter has Cohn's. It was terrible for a very long time but she's soooo much better now. She was diagnosed at 7 and she spent about the next 5 years going through treatment after treatment and nothing was seeming to work. She was on Remicade for the longest time but her body actually built up an immunity to it. Finally after months of her suffering through it, she is now on Xyfaxin. It seriously made all the difference in the world. She is like night and day. I thank God for her Doctors and the patience they had with both her and I. Cohn's is a very tough disease. I only wish that you can get as well as my daughter did as soon as you can!
    I'm glad your daughter is doing well. Is your daughter still on xifaxin? I'm curious how long she has been on it. I work for a med device company and call on Gastroenterologists, and from what I've heard, that drug should only be used for IBS or a "short term use due to Travelers diarrehea". I wouldn't see how it would help with crohns, but perhaps if diarrehea is an issue than it might be reducing the frequency of bowel movements a day.

    Regardless crohns disease is a tough challenging chronic disease, I see pediatric kids every day in the offices and I can't imagine what they are going through.

    Are you involved with the CCFA: Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
    www.ccfa.org, if not i'd suggest going to the site and finding your local chapter. They are doing a lot of great things to help improve the lives of kids and adults with crohns or colitis, and there are also lot of fun activites they do for kids as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboBrian View Post

    Does anyone here have arthritis? If so, what do you do to help control the pain? My job and most of my day are spent on a computer typing. Some days it is very difficult. Some days it is difficult to even walk. I am 39 years old and sometimes I feel like I'm 80. I was talking to my dad and my uncle the other day comparing our problems and the drugs we take. LOL
    Sorry to here about your arthritis..that's definitely a bummer. My mom has a lot of tightness and pain in her knee, and she takes a good quality fish oil (Nordic Naturals) and eats fish a few times per week. If you get a good fish oil that's purified, and eat salmon or halibut from a fresh water source, you should be ok in regards to contamination, etc. Not only does fish oil help with joints but it's great for skin and hair, and also helps with depression and it keeps your cardiovascular system in good shape. If you don't want fish oil, you can buy ground flax seed. That also contains omega-3's..and you can sprinkle it in your cereal or morning yogurt. Usually you can find it at Wal-Mart (other stores as well)next to the vitamins.

    Definitely watch what you eat..eat healthy and try and cut out as much sugar as possible ;-) If all that doesn't help your joints, it'll definitely help some place! The improvements will be huge for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboBrian View Post
    Does anyone here have arthritis? If so, what do you do to help control the pain? My job and most of my day are spent on a computer typing. Some days it is very difficult. Some days it is difficult to even walk. I am 39 years old and sometimes I feel like I'm 80. I was talking to my dad and my uncle the other day comparing our problems and the drugs we take. LOL
    I have arthritis in my neck and back. My mom was freakin' born with arthritis, so it's only natural that some of her kids will have it, too. It's hard to deal with some days. Very tough. I take Lortab for my back and that helps my neck out a bit. My arthritis isn't as bad as yours; it's my back problems (degenerating disks, bulging disks) that make me feel like I'm 80.

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    Well I am a massage therapist... I see alot of RA clients... here is a really good article about RA and massage ......






    Rheumatoid arthritis (also known as rheumatism or synovitis) is an autoimmune disease affecting 1 percent of adults worldwide.3 "In rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system attacks the tissue that lines and cushions joints," says Ray Sahelian, M.D., an internationally-known specialist from Marina Del Rey, Calif. "Eventually the cartilage, bone, and ligaments of the joint erode, causing scars to form within the joint."4 But it doesn't stop at just the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis can affect the entire body, including internal organs. Women develop the disease two to three times more frequently than men, and it often first appears between the ages of 25 and 50.5

    For years, those living with arthritis have sought out pharmaceutical help in dealing with the pain and inflammation. But relief from these drugs can come at a high price. Stomach irritation, peptic ulcers, and increased bleeding are just a few of the side effects of using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDS), the most common pharmaceuticals prescribed for arthritis. Despite an off-again/on-again directive reported in the news for some of the more popular drugs, recent research paints a grim picture. According to The New England Journal of Medicine, at least 16,500 deaths are caused each year by the use of NSAIDS prescribed for arthritis pain relief.6

    This might be "the" motivating factor when arthritis sufferers begin seeking out better disease management solutions.


    Massage for Relief
    Most arthritis sufferers may not think of massage when they start to explore which complementary therapies might ease their pain. Yet, while it is doubtful an arthritic joint can "heal" completely with massage, it can feel better. And for an arthritis sufferer, "better" is a welcome word, particularly when there are no side effects involved.

    According to the Arthritis Foundation, more and more doctors are recommending massage to their arthritis patients to help relieve pain and stiffness.7 With more physicians becoming massage allies, those stricken with the disease may be more accepting of touch therapies.

    Like many other chronic pain clients, arthritis sufferers may initially be apprehensive of touch. The last thing they want is to feel more pain or risk greater inflammation. That's why it's so important to fully understand arthritis clients and their conditions before beginning the work. And when you do get started, work slowly, gently, and with the utmost patience. Similar to many of your existing clients, those with arthritis need to feel a sense of trust before they're fully relaxed under your touch. Even then, the work will be challenging.

    Massage therapist Chris Barrett from Weymouth, Nova Scotia, sees a lot of repetitive stress conditions in the work he does with clamdiggers and fishermen. When cases of osteoarthritis appear, he tells his clients he can't make it go away, but he can help nearby muscles relax, thereby reducing the pain.

    When arthritis causes cartilage to deteriorate, Barrett says the surrounding muscles can become tight and act as a splint, thereby helping the joint function. Increasing circulation in and around the joint "increases the delivery of oxygen and nutrients, including amino acids, to rebuild tissue, as well as the removal of waste products," he says. "Passive range of motion can also help educate the body insofar as the laying down of new tissue."

    From gentle stretching to vibration to friction, there are several ways to work with this type of client. However, a general caution is to avoid working directly on an actively inflamed joint.

    Says Barrett, "Many of my clients who suffer from arthritis find that regular massage, which might be weekly for some and monthly for others, brings relief that lasts longer than medication and is less harmful to the body overall."

    The research surrounding massage and arthritis is still sparse, but the call for more inquiry is out. In 2004, Biotone pledged $50,000 to the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine to support research on the benefits of massage for the pain and disability of arthritis. This study will focus on arthritis of the hands and will examine how massage can reduce joint tenderness and improve joint mobility, grip strength, and functional ability.8

    And while there still are naysayers who don't necessarily advocate massage as a treatment for arthritis, their parallel call for stress reduction makes massage therapy an obvious candidate for arthritis sufferers. "If you suffer from arthritis, you need to be especially aware of stress, since it can make it harder to manage your symptoms,"9 write the editors at Allaboutarthritis.com.
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    I'm so sorry to hear about your Crohn's...it's a terrible disease. The writer in my sig, Derrick Jensen, has it and talks about it a lot in his work.

    6 months ago they finally figured out that all my knee and back problems have been a result of ankylosing spondylitis, an auto immune disease related to Crohn's, where the immune system attacks joints in the spine, hips, knees and ankles. I have fusion of the sacroileac (sp?) joint. It is all incredibly, horribly painful. I had to leave my job 9 months ago and I'm still waiting to get a decision on social security disability. The fucking idiots are supposed to give you a decision within 5 months; at 5 months, 3 days they set me up with one of their doctors, who was a complete fucking moron, examined me for 5 minutes, suggested I find a career I enjoy (yeah cuz that's my problem, lack of enjoyment in work), and in all likelihood gave me a harsh write-up and will cuase me to get denied. I'm not going away though, I'm gonna get a disability lawyer and fight until I win.

    I take extended release oxycontin for the pain. I fucking hate pills and I worry tremendously about addiction, but without it I would be in bed all day, absolutely miserable anyway, totally worthless. At least now I can make food, get a few things done, and accomplish some writing and reading.

    I was on Remicade for 4+ months and saw no effect. So now I've switched over to Enbrel (an anti TNF with a slightly different mechanism). Later tonight I'll be injecting myself with the second dose of that. I also take cembalta, an anti depressant used to treat arthritis, as well as prilosec for the horrendous stomach pains I developed a couple months ago that are probably ulcers; at least those went away.
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    I have had bouts with all the "itis's" for a while now...I have problems with my back (arthritis as a result of an injury that caused surgeons to have to fuse part of my lower spine) and bursitis and crippling tendonitis in both elbows and wrists

    I have stomach problems from the medications I need for the itis's

    ..under stressful conditions all the itis's really cause me problems....stress control is KEY to my well being and meditation, visualization exercise and nutrition are a big part of it....with minor medication, I generally do everything I want, but when I over do things, well it feels like I've been run over by a truck and I can be laid up for a day or so

    TP is right...massage therapy can be a GODSEND...and many times insurance will pay for it....

    I also know [people who have received real relief from acupunture which I am going to try for the bursitis in my hips

    alternative therapy including nutrition, exercise (including yoga), water therapy, hypnosis, and even bio feed back should never be overlooked


    strangely, the best relief I ever got was over one week absolutely painfree after having a semi minor surgical procedure....the doctor said it was probably residual from the general anesthetic which was.....propofol!

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    Thanks for all the support and information! Thankfully, my Crohn's has stayed in remission for the last year and I have not had any issues with it. I've had it for a long time so I kind of know what to expect and how to handle it. It's this arthritis stuff that is all new to me. All I know is that I hurt almost every day. Hopefully the doctors can figure something out soon.

    I have a gift certificate from my wife for a massage that I haven't used yet. I may have to give that a try and see if it helps my joints.
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    My dad has RA. He's had it since he was 19. He takes 3 methotrexate shots weekly, pioroxicam, and prednisone daily. And I'll tell you, if it weren't for the methotrexate, he'd be in a wheelchair.

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    I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, I was first diagnosed when I was thirty. I noticed that my left elbow (on my picking hand) would start to lock up on me and give me a lot of pain during rehearsals with my band. During rehearsals we would play like 5-6 hours straight and one day my elbow just started to hurt and mobility was limited. I got some meds but didn't really take them. Recently I have been diagnosed with arthritis in my neck, and now on my left hand, my finger knuckles on my index finger and pinky are very swollen with arthritis. This is pissing me off because it is effecting my ability to play guitar. My fingers aren't responding the way they used to and I have so much pain in my knuckles that its now difficult to play the guitar. I take aspirin and a cherry extract pill that does help some with the pain and swelling.
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    The itis's seem to run in my family, my brother has RA (which he controls with Embrel), I have ulcerative colitis for 20+ years now... I've tried every medicine in the world (it seems) I'm allergic to sulfur which kills most of the accepted treatments, i've tried Remicade, Humera, but have only had success with the steroid Prednisone, which I take a low dosage of daily.

    If anyone here can, I'd look into a vegatarian diet... it's a difficult lifestyle change but if you have the will power it seems to make a world of difference, I myself can't make the jump, but I've tried it several times and it does help... I just hate veggies There are many books on the subject, it may be worth a shot.

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    I second the vegetarian thing, I know I'd be a lot more sick if I ate meat/dairy.
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