A year ago I had a terrible pain in my temple and my face was painful to touch. The doctors tested my ESR levels which were 70 so they immediately started me on steroid treatment for Temporal Artritis, even though they thought I was too young for the disease (being 52). They did a biopsy a week later which proved negative but they said that did not disprove that it was TA and kept me on 80mg steroids for 3 months before deciding that they were wrong and weaning me off them.
Since then my ESRs have now increased to 92 and my crps are 114. I have a nagging cough, which has been with me since before all this started and I get breathless when I bend down, or walk too far. I also now have similar pains in my calf to the ones I had in my temple last year, although the original pain has now gone (touch wood).
My joints often ache but there is no swelling what so ever on my body.
I'm wondering if this is the beginning of Rhumatoid Athritis, praying that it's not. Any ideas?
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