how can you tell the difference between rheumatoid arthritis and diabetic neuropathy an the hands and feet?

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Answered: If you make lifestyle changes for rheumatoid ...

Unfortunately there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. If you make the changes that your doctor recommends then you will slow down the progression of the disease, and that will give you better quality of life for a longer period.

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It can ease the pain and discomfort associated with it. However. Do this under Physician supervision. Good luck ! dr Ron. Jupiter, Fl.

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The body can heal itself but it needs specific nutrients which isn't readily available in the amount it needs to repair nerves. It needs mainly B1 and B12 but both those wash out of the body all too quickly. I have found one formula that works on this and you can read about it at www ...

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Arthritis translates basically as changes in the joints, and over time and over use of the body, certain joints will change in response to the physical stress. The Rheumatoid Arthritis your mother had is genetic, Osteoarthritis (that comes from normal aging and using the body) is not genetic and can ...

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Pregnant women who have never had diabetes before but who have high blood glucose levels during pregnancy called gestational diabetes . Gestational diabetes risk factor is more if having family history of diabetes, prior gestational or baby weight more than 9 pounds and diagnosed as pre ...
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What causes rhinopathy of the feet with no diabetes?

Rhinopathy is something wrong with the nose, not the feet. Perhaps you mean peripheral neuropathy, problems with nerves that often occur with diabetes, but they can have other causes such as alcohol abuse or vitamin deficiency.

What i have is a sharp pain every once in a while on the top right side

could be a small stress fracture, have a look at http://stressfracturefoot.org/ for more details

Can diabetic patients marry

Of course than can