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(Rheumatoid arthritis)
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, systemic disease inflammation that may affect many tissues and organs, but principally ...
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Common RA treatments discussed around the web
Methotrexate 29,104 Prednisone 17,672 Enbrel 11,697
431,340 conversations around the web about RA to help you make a decision
431,340 conversations around the web about RA to help you make a decision
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RA & Vertigo

0.21% of the posts that mention Vertigo also mention RA (374 posts)
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the joy of suffering with vertigo. Not much triggers it,...
" ...Motrin A heavier narcotic (I have RA, so by the ...joints could be screaming) Meclizine (non-drowsy dramamine)- I also get the joy of suffering with vertigo. Not much trigge... "

it for a month. I had vertigo so bad that they knocked me...
" ...I was taking Diclofenac for some time, like 7 yrs for my RA symptoms. It never ...in my body... Diazepam was prescribed to me once. I took 15 mg of it for a month. I had vertigo so bad ... "

stopped taking Naproxen due to horrid dizziness/vertigo, I...
" ...to horrid dizziness/vertigo, I notice if I try any nsaid's I get this happening. Not sure if I should say this, probably shouldn't but when I stopped taking them I never noticed any worsening of... "

In the beginning I had mild vertigo as a side-effect and a...
" ...and you just have to press one end of it. You don't even see the needle. In the beginning I had mild vertigo as a side-effect and a slight injection site reaction that was like heat spots, but... "

skin and I have constant vertigo and tinnitus. Am I just...
" ...anyone have RA in their head that ...Hello all. Ive had the good old RA since I was 23 and am now 61. Am on methotrexate and it has enabled ...the skin and I have constant vertigo and tinnitu... "

too and for me it is called Vertigo. I have RA in my...
" ...have the dizzy and queasy feeling too and for me it is called Vertigo. I have RA in my neck. It can make you feel very sick. Talk to your ...because if it is vertigo they can g... "

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have vertigo. Had it periodically before RA. My doctor...
" ...i have vertigo. Had it periodically before RA. My doctor said it ...grass pollen is high. I went from no vertigo to barely functioning, there was ...something to do with RA but ... "

where I was diagnosed with vertigo. I've never had this...
" ...was diagnosed with vertigo. I've ...again!). I've been on methotrexate for about a year and Enbrel for 3 months. Does anybody know if there is a connection between the drugs or the RA and vertig... "

of NSAIDS. I've also had some vertigo problems in the last...
" ...had some vertigo ...before my RA had bumped up to the moderate/severe level. I was dizzy and it was worse when I was driving. Turned out my eustachian tubes were inflamed! Had to go on Predni... "

as RA induced. Is your vertigo constant or in spurts? I...
" ...a walker. I have Rhuematoid Arthritis and Lupus, along with ...and dizziness were diagnosed as RA induced. Is your vertigo constant or in spurts? I ...anyone that has constant vertigo and I'm... "

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