You probably already know everything about tumors and joint pains that appear with a certain frequency when you have rheumatoid arthritis. But do not neglect the unusual symptoms that appear in other parts of the body. These can be symptoms of complications or side effects from medications.
Examine the following 10 symptoms and see your doctor if you notice them.
Some medications for rheumatoid arthritis, such as biologics, have a negative impact on the immune system and the body’s defense against germs. You won’t be able to tolerate diseases as easily as before.
That’s why you should be serious about fever. This can be a signal of active disease or an infection. The infection can spread quickly if you are taking medications that inhibit the immune system, so you need to act immediately.
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