Best of RA Blogs 2012

August 14, 2012

While I was gone I got a nice surprise in my email inbox – a notification that my blog had been chosen as one of Healthline.com‘s best RA blogs of 2012. Check it out:

“22 Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Blogs of 2012″

(you have to scroll through the pages/slideshow to find mine)

7 Responses to “Best of RA Blogs 2012”

  1. Stephanie Says:

    Awesome! Congratulations, Angela!

  2. guy wakelin Says:

    hi angela have just been reading through your blog i have just had it confirmed today that my condition is IRA it has come on me very recently and seems to be running wild through my intire body,my doctor rang me this morning with the results of my recent blood tests. ihave been in pain for the last few weeks and gone down hill fast to the point i can hardly walk ,dress my self i have had to pack up work untill the can calm things down booked in to see a expert next week any advise ,hints or tips with dealing with this i woiuld be grateful my name is guy i live near cambridge england just trying to work out what is going on in me thanks guy

    • Angela Says:

      Hi Guy,
      Thank you for your comment. What is IRA exactly? I’m not familiar with that term. Have you seen a rheumatologist yet? Getting on a treatment plan is the best thing to do, I’d say. And rest and take care of yourself the best you can. I hope you feel better soon!

      Angela

  3. Casey Says:

    I am 43 years old, female and just recently diagnosed with RA. I found your blog and can’t wait to read all of it. Any suggestions of other blogs just to help me cope with the pain would be appreciated. Thanks for your blog!

    • Angela Says:

      Hi Casey,
      Thanks for your comment and for reading my blog! I’m sorry to hear of your recent diagnosis. I hope you feel better soon! I’d take a look at that link I posted of the “22 Best RA blogs” to see other blogs about arthritis. The good thing is that you’re definitely not alone in this – there are others out there who know what you’re going through.

      Angela


  4. Thanks for the read…I am a long term arthritis sufferer who has tried all the meds available to me with a multitude of side effects. I am currently trying electromagnetic therapy as an alternative and hope it will help.


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