Hello Everyone my wife and I are currently uninsured, my wife is currently going through surgery to help her Rheumatoid Arthritis. I have used up all out savings to help pay her bills but I have run out of money and the bills keep coming. She is in constant pain and pretty much cries her self to sleep every night. It's been very hard on both of us. We are hoping the surgery will help. Any amount we can raise will help. Thank you and god bless.
About Jasmine Jasmine was very athletic thought out high school she was on the track team up until her senior year when she was no longer able to run. She was diagnosed the following year at the age of 19 with arthritis. The dr did not know what form of arthritis it was. Now at 33 the basic of putting on her shoes is impossible. We will be going to a dr follow up next month in hopes we can afford the surgery.
RA can cause a number of symptoms, including pain, swelling, fatigue, weakness, and stiffness (stiffness is most common in the morning), and can also lead to loss of physical function and permanent joint damage. Certain treatments for RA, especially when started early, can allow you to manage your symptoms, improve physical function, and help stop progressive joint damage