Author: Rheumamill


Rheumatoid Arthritis Remission Stories

Rheumatoid arthritis remission stories is for general information purposes only. This article does not constitute medical advice for the right treatment plan for your condition or how to achieve remission. For questions about your own health care, please speak to your rheumatologist. Rheumas of Remission Like many people diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, I went on a quest to find a cure. I was, still am, […]


Oral manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis

This is article regarding oral manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis does in no way constitute medical advice. I am in no way promoting or rejecting the myriad of Rheumatoid Arthritis treatments available. Please refer to my Dislaimer for further information and please continue to consult a medical professional for your medical conditions. Word of mouth rheumas This article was specifically suggested by my rheumatologist. As an avid follower […]


Rheumatoid arthritis and Covid

Rheumas of a pandemic RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND COVID 2020 has been a year to remember and forget. There’s been some major disruptions but also many gains. There have been a heck of a lot of negative things associated with 2020 but by the same token, there have been lots of positives that have come from the negative. 2020 was just one hell of a year […]


Rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos

This is article regarding rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos is for general purposes only. Please consult your medical professional for medical advice. Rheumas of a tattoo For those that have know me and have seen me, I have a lot of tattoos. I have actually lost count of how many I have. It’s actually surprising that I haven’t yet written about rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos because […]


Rheumatoid arthritis and pregnancy blog post

This rheumatoid arthritis pregnancy blog post is for general informational and educational purposes only. The information is not intended as, and shall not be understood or construed as, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, or substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek advice from a medical professional before taking any actions based upon such information. My article may contain affiliate links. This means […]


A day in the life of an RA Warrior

The strength of Rheumas Lately I’ve been reflecting on how much life has changed since my rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis. Consequently, I’ve been thinking about the RA Warrior I am now. This all started on Sunday night. I was standing at my kitchen counter doing what I now do every Sunday night: putting all my medication in my weekly pill boxes. I picked this particular box […]


Multiple Diagnoses with Rheumatoid Arthritis

This post about multiple diagnoses in no way constitutes medical advice. Please refer to my Dislaimer for further information and please continue to consult a medical professional for your medical conditions. Not just Rheumas This week saw a shift in temperature where I live. There’s been a bit more sunshine which has taken the cold chill out of the air. That’s a big deal for […]



Rheuma check up On the 2nd Thursday in September, Australians have a day called R U OK? day. As an Aussie, I didn’t even know that this day was uniquely ours! I’m a little ashamed of that because it is such an important day. R U OK is a non-profit organisation here in Australia targeting suicide prevention. It’s a day where we are all encouraged […]


Splints for Rheumatoid Arthritis or Compression

This post regarding splints for rheumatoid arthritis may contain affiliate links, which means I may earn a commission at no extra cost to you if the affiliate links are utilised to make a purchase. I only affiliate with products, services, and merchants that I believe will provide value to my readers. I only endorse products, services and merchants that I have personally researched, used/tested and […]