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Two years ago, my daughter got very sick. They didn’t know if it was arthritis or rheumatic fever. They ended up saying it was juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
About a year ago, I got a swollen wrist and now every one of my joints hurts and is swollen: wrists, arm, elbow, ankles, jaw, and knees. Everything hurts and is swollen. The tests for arthritis are negative.
My other kids are now also complaining about joint pain and my sister has joint pain and swelling too. It’s like this is contagious and nobody knows what it is. We are all tired and hurt. What could this be? We have no clues. No meds they have given me for the inflammation have worked.
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