I just woke up one morning and while in the shower it felt like I was standing on rocks/pebbles. I have had pain in the bottom of my feet ever since (over a month) pain in my hands (base of the thumb and fingers, palm side) and sometimes my wrist. I wake up with it and I think it is worse at night. I have had pain in my hands before but not quite like this and never in my feet...I have tested positive for Rheumatoid years ago but didn't really have "the symptoms" I was tested again a couple of years ago and negative and was just tested again about 2 months ago (not really having too many symptoms, so I thought) and tested positive again, but low RH titer...whatever that means. I am a 46 yr old female in realatively good shape....I don't know if I should see an Rheumatiod specialist again, I think my doc is going to think I'm nuts since 2 months ago I said I wasn't really having too many symptoms and bang! Could it be something entirely different???Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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