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Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Signs and Treatment
March 13th, 2013

by Alexandra Brad

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is just that: rheumatism in young people. And the best treatment, as in any disease has the best outcome in the early stages. The parents are the first who must take action. A good connection with a teenager can help a lot in these cases and so many more. Here are the signs you should look for.

Signs of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis stem-cell-Placid WayIn juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, joint pain and progressive stiffness without noticeable swelling are usually among the first signs to appear. Later, chills or fever may occur during normal activities probably indicating some progress of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. In younger children parents may observe intermittent fever and loss of appetite, which usually leads to weight loss, and anemia.

Stain-like rash on the arms and legs may also signal types of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Other forms of the disease are associated with joint stiffness, a limp, or joint swelling.

Painful swelling and stiffness in the fingers, arms, wrists and legs usually occur in the same joints on both sides of the body, especially in the morning and they can also be signs of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.

You should take your child to do a check-up for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis:

-       When the pain and stiffness happen quickly, following an injury, or other causes.

-       When the pain comes with fever (in this case the arthritis may be infectious).

-       When the pain develops quickly and the joint turns red or is very tender.

-       If you notice pain and stiffness in arms, legs, or back after sitting for a short while or when waking up.

Treatment for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Treatment for juvenile arthritis, or any type of arthritis, generally includes therapy, exercise, drugs, and sometimes surgery in joint damage.

Conventional treatments can help relieve pain and stiffness, but the disease may progress. A three-stage treatment may consist of medication to relieve pain and swelling and, also, plenty of rest, later some exercise to rebuild mobility and strength.

The recent alternative treatments involve stem cell therapy. These innovative treatments have shown great results even as a total cure for arthritis. For more information about conventional or alternative treatments for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis visit PlacidWay.com, and get a free quote from any of the best stem cell therapy centers worldwide.

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Alexandra Brad

This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 at 10:34 AM and is filed under Medical Tourism, Orthopedics Surgery Abroad, Stem Cell Therapy.

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