When it comes to talking about my rheumatoid arthritis

I’m alright.

When it comes to talking about my rheumatoid arthritis

I’m […] alright.

When it comes to talking about my rheumatoid arthritis

I’m [painfully] alright.

Revealing the truth to your doctor and others about the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can be as scary and painful as the disease itself.

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I feel good [enough].

32%

Of patients worry that asking too many questions will affect the quality of care.

I’m [uneasily] ok.

61%

Of patients with RA feel uncomfortable raising concerns and fears with physicians.

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It’s okay to be honest about your RA Symptoms

with those who matter most—including yourself