I have had three RF tests over 12 months. 1 was 66, another was 78 and then it was 200. I have been on methodrexine(2 a week) as the ra doctor says I have arthritis. I am also on mobic everyday. I still wake up very stiff and sore. I have large knots all through my back which really hurt when I touch them firmly. Actually my whole body is sore to the touch. When I get a massage the masseur can't believe how tender i am. The massage helps to loosen me up. I am constantly tired. I am overweight but not excessively. I had my rf of 200 whilst on my medication for 4 months. The doctor thought that odd. I am still in pain. I love my gardening and can't even grab hold of the weeds to pull them out. I have no strength in my hands. I have no narly fingers or abnormal looking joints.Can someone help. It is really affecting my life. I am always cranky and tired.
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