"To help, here's what I don't have:
I have not been outside, have not used a new detergent, have not gone anywhere new, no fleas, no bed bugs, have not eaten anythi..."
"Here's what I don't have:
I have not been outside, used a new detergent, gone anywhere new, no fleas, no bed bugs, eaten anything new, no chiggers (had that before and this is definitely not that), not chi..."
Sounds to me like you have psoratic arthritis. The famous golfer Phil Mickelson has it, and the symptoms you describe are associated with this disease. Also, since you already have rheumatoid arthritis, it makes me think even more that this is what you have. You can get more information from the following website:
Check it out and see what you think!
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