Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare

It has been so hard lately to get up and get to the computer and spill my brains out. My body has been taken over by fatigue for a few weeks now. November through January are always mu hardest months to get past. Rheumatoid Arthritis likes to have its way during these months every year for about 6 years now. Since I don’t take anything anymore for my illness I struggle. This too shall pass. Even though I’m not okay I will be okay because my positive out weighs my negative thoughts.

A week ago I noticed I developed another nodule on my right  pinky knuckle, man how annoying it is. I am just glad that I am becoming aware of when my arthritis acts up the most, so that I can prepare for it.

Since I am trying to battle a chronic illness without medicine it is important for me to listen to my body. If my body says sleep, I must sleep and to also up my iron and vitamin C. This is why I set up my Daniel fast starting Dec 1st it helps me get through these flare up months.

My message is to you today, is to make sure you keep a journal and learn your body. Take control of your chronic illness and stay on top of your symptoms so you can face them before they get bigger than you can handle.

Enjoy your day!



Author: AlwaysShawna

I am a Christian Young Lady, who happens to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia. I want to make one thing clear I no longer take my meds but, my body is not healed from this illness but in remission with the Grace of God. My mind is healed and I don't have the same thinking toward my illness. I believe I, can be in remission for how long as I want if I take care of my body. I want to help spread Gods goodness and to also help ease chronic illness pain by fueling your body with healthy foods and good exercise. Everyone has their own pace with chronic illness, but I am here for you to support you with the help of God.

11 thoughts on “Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare”

  1. Hi Shawna, I have had lots of trouble with osteoarthritis and have two artificial hips to show for it. Still, when I was tested early on to see if I had rheumatoid arthritis I was relieved that I didn’t. I admire your ability to fight your disease and hope that you can spread the word about your battles with it in hopes that others can learn by your experiences. God bless you and keep you positive day by day. Rich

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  2. Hi Shawna I understand fatigue I have Hiv. It was in the Aids stage 19 years ago, but Jesus has healed me so muvh that its only Hiv now. I will keep you in my prayers. If you get a chance check out my blog. I am new to this and Im trying to make new Christian friends and followers. I hope you feel better.
    God Bless


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