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What is Rheumatoid Arthritis and What Causes It?

What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?

This is a condition where the immune system attacks an infection in the body, causing inflammation and residual damage.

In rheumatoid arthritis, the joints are primarily affected by this inflammation, although other parts of the body, including the organs, can be affected too. Middle age women are diagnosed more often. However, RA can occur at any age, and in children, it is called juvenile arthritis (JA).

What Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis?

This is a condition where the immune system attacks an infection in the body, causing inflammation and residual damage.

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  2. sherry

    May 27, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    how do you get rid of the infection that causes RA? I’ve been reading dr. joel Wallach and he says its an infection or mycoplasma bug, or something like that; and recommends minocylcen antibiotic. He also has a product called killerbiotic, what course of action would you suggest?. I juice different veggies daily, no wheat, no diary, no red meat or fried foods. I’m taking dr. wallachs vitamins and minerals. I’ve been on methotrexate for a few years now and RA is still active. I have used serrapeptase from health food stores also. My doctor of course wants to put me on something else, I don’t want to, and if at all possible I want to get off the methotrexate. I’ve lost a lot of weight perhaps due to the RA and because I’m afraid to eat most things, and my hair loss is substantial and still falling out. Going through menopause too, hot flashes and night sweats like crazy, irritable, broken sleep.

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