Hey I recently had a slipped disc L4,L5 not sure of the reason though,its been 2 months of suffering and then i diagnoses..since 3 days Im having pain in my left wrist the pinky side down where the palm ends..My doctor has already testing me for ESR/FBC and C-Reative protein which im sure will be high because of slipped disc but Im worried for rhumetoid arthiritis.
I have had unprotected sex 1yr and 4 months back ...I had my immigration medical check up 1 yr back...I want to know if they check for these STD's too because the urine sample they look for protein,color and glucose does these indicators can suggest presence of any of these disease??i dont have any other vaginal symptoms.
Is it possible that i have rhumetid arthiritis because of these ?or its just a slipped disc and a sprain in hand (as i was sitting long with my weight on my hand)???im also having dry and bad taste in mouth please can anyone help
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