Vitamin b6 rheumatoid arthritis

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Avatar f tn The most commonly observed vitamin and mineral deficiencies in patients with RA, are folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc and selenium.
Avatar n tn 1, vitamin B6 (caution: exceeding the daily recommended intake may cause nerve damage), ALA (alpha lipoic acid), GLA (gamma linolenic acid - evening primrose oil, boron oil), omega 3 fatty acids, acetyl l carnitine, st john's wort, oat seed, nettle (very good for a stinging sensation), ginkgo biloba, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), Anodyne Therapy, oxygen therapy, foods high in antioxidants, exercise, massage, drinking more water, deep breathing, acupuncture, tai chi, yog
2043993 tn?1450875078 Hi, I am 23 years old and have been noticing some occasional stiffness in my hands, feet, knees, and back. My mother suffers from rheumatoid arthritis and Lupus and I know both are hereditary diseases. Is it possible to have rheumatoid arthritis at such a young age? and should I get tested?
Avatar f tn There have been increased incidences of fibromyalgia among people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Having rheumatoid arthritis can be considered as a risk factor for fibromyalgia. A lack of vitamin D is associated with higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis. A correct intake of vitamin D, along with calcium is very important in protecting the health of our bones. Low vitamin D may lead to early progression of the disease. You need to see a specialist.
5629063 tn?1371241247 hi,my mother is 62 years old , she has slight Rheumatoid arthritis and uses 1.25 mg ( quarter of prednisolone 5 mg) per day, she's new test shows ESR 1st hr : 34 mm/hr , it's three times more than normal.but other results are normal.I can't understand the prob.please help.
692643 tn?1372611227 A lack of vitamin D is associated with higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis. A correct intake of vitamin D, along with calcium is very important in protecting the health of our bones. Low vitamin D may lead to early progression of the disease. You need to see a specialist. Your doctor will advise you to start vitamin D supplements. In fibromyalgia medicines should always be used along with exercise and behavior therapy.
Avatar m tn potassium, calcium, sodium, vitamin B complex, or vitamins B1, B3, or B6 and Vitamin D. Get your kidney function, parathyroid gland function and adrenal function tests done because these affect the electrolyte balance in the body. Stress, alcohol, and fatigue all cause similar symptoms. Certain medications too can cause similar symptoms. Hope this helps. Do let me know if there is any thing else and keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar f tn There are many reported cures for rheumatoid arthritis, but it isn't clear which may work in your case, of if any can work at all. For sure you have to have a clean diet (no sugars, no starches, no artificial components that can potentially create issues, no sodas, plenty of water - this is the easy part, in a way). Also enough vitamin D etc. plus exercise (indispensable to move fluids around). After that are possible food allergies.
Avatar n tn i am affected from rheumatoid arthiritis -joints pain started from knees -could not wear school shoes n got checked-and diagnised as RA.at age 10. 11 years on penidure - 6 lacs - every 21 days interval. now stopped penidure for the past 2 years i want to know -was i correct to stop the medication. i was advised to take medication for 10 years n stop but i took for 11 years n then stopped.
Avatar f tn It has been shown to be effective in treating the pain and inflammation from rheumatoid arthritis and aches and pains in general. I have beentaking it for a couple of weeks now and I can say that it has helped with some of my pain, so for me it does work. As it is a natural remedy it is IMO much more healthier for you. If you would like to read the full article go to the link below: http://www.fourhourworkweek.
Avatar n tn I think it’s a typing error and you meant rheumatoid arthritis. Peripheral neuropathy is a complication associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Also rule out other causes of neuropathy like diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, vitamin B12 deficiency etc. Consult a neurologist for detailed clinical evaluation and management. Take proper foot care like never walk barefooted, keep them dry and covered and avoid any injuries. Take care.
Avatar f tn If you search Amazon I know there are a couple of books on this. The studies were done in Italy, I believe, and were mostly applicable to rheumatoid arthritis, but it's long been felt in many schools of traditional medicine that nightshades promote inflammation. If I recall, they found about 10% of people responded incredibly well to removing nightshades from their diet as to relief from arthritis in the study.
Avatar m tn Dear Friend, Well am not suspecting osteoarthritis, but another form of arthritis called as Rheumatoid arthritis.But to be dead sure, we need to do a number of blood examinations-which includes ESR, CRP, CCP, RA FACTOR, besides the routine hemogram. In india, blood tests can be done on request of patient itself, but i don't know if same is allowed\accepted in your country. So get these blood work up done, so that, we can go ahead with the discussion,.
Avatar m tn Does this sound indicative of rheumatoid arthritis? Could someone with Lyme Disease or other tick-borne illness have an elevated RF? Are there any diseases that cause a false positive RF? What other diseases could I have w/ all of my sxs and test results? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
2043993 tn?1450875078 Hi, I am 23 years old and have been noticing some occasional stiffness in my hands, feet, knees, and back. My mother suffers from rheumatoid arthritis and Lupus and I know both are hereditary diseases. Is it possible to have rheumatoid arthritis at such a young age? and should I get tested?
Avatar n tn So I was just doing some research for another post on post viral arthritis. It is a kind of arthritis that can set in after you have a virus or the flu. I read that it takes several weeks to months to resolve. I immediately thought of you. Ask your doctor about this type of arthritis and please let us know what you find out.
Avatar f tn I have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis since 2007. First the blood work showed RA factor 83. And last year the number were 95. I went to rheumatologist last year. After examining he said even the numbers are high i don't have any pain or swelling he cant give any medicine. Since i am not taking anything. And i don't have any pain or swelling. But i am worrying about the numbers. If anybody have any suggesstions, would be highly appreciated.
Avatar m tn My mother is 45 years old and she is suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis from last 25 years. All joints of her body pains all the times. We have tried all medicins and treatments like Alopothy, Homeopathy, Ayurvadic, Naturotherapy and exercises. Her body can't tolarate Steroid added drug.