Juvenille Arthritis in general Reviews
Description:This can take many different forms and can be distressing to both the parent and child. Please share your experience or advice on this matter, with the other users.
Newest Review: ... I basically demanded he was seen by a professional who dealt with joints and joint issues. We were duly sent to our local ... more
Customer Juvenille Arthritis in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/02/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
***This review is based solely on my experiences of JIA from a parents view, I am not a medical professional, i will only say what we were told and how my son's arthritis was handled, whilst there are other forms of arthritis and treatments this is based on the ones used for my son*** In the latter stages of last year my 5 year old son started complaining off pains in his ankles and knees, although at first not sure of the reasons I took him to the local doctors only to be told that he was experiencing 'growing' pains, at first I agreed with this diagnosis and went about properly maintaining these 'pains' with calpol when needed etc. It wasn't until ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/05, updated on 14/06/05 (Very useful, 722 readings)
When I was nearly seventeen I was attacked by a gang of youths, I was fine but a bit shaken after the attack, a few days later I was really ill, I had a bad kidney infection, and in agony, I carried on with life, and was put on soluble paracetamol as I could not swallow paracetamol at the time. For months I went back and forth to the hospital for test, x-rays and blood tests, after three months, the specialist told me it could be rheumatiod arthritis, but ruled it out as I was apparently too young for it. Three months later after more test( by this time I was crawling everywhere, I even had to sleep downstairs because it was too painful to climb the stairs I was in that . Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/01, updated on 01/12/01 (Very useful, 169 readings)
I don't suppose that this is an opinion that will be of great interest to many people. However, there might be some of you out there who have children who suffer from juvenile arthritis, or be involved in their care or education. With this in mind I offer you this op! Those of you who have read me before will know that I have not had the greatest fortune in the health of my children. My eldest child and only son, Philip, had such a severe dairy intolerance that he nearly died as a baby. We eventually got that under control. What I haven't told you is that at the age of 10 months he was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy. This is not an opinion on that ... Read the complete review
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