I'll be lifting you in prayer and I pray for God speed on your recovery thru this and I'll be praying the Lord will guide the surgeons as to what they need to do and for all those who will have contact w/you during this.
My MRI was clean, so they don't know what's wrong. It could be just cartilage, but I have a knot on my kneecap and it buzzes, shifts, and painfully pops.
There are blood tests for RA, but they can give false positives. So if he finds nothing but inflamed tissue or inflamed tendons he'll biopsy it and send it off to determine what the cause is which eviatable would be RA.
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