As most of you know, I live with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA for short). Every year, The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
( NRAS) does an awareness week where they, along with members of the community, try and raise awareness of this condition. I
t is so misunderstood. I try to do my bit, especially as a thirty-something woman living with this.
This year's theme is "Fact or Fiction". They have created a mini quiz to test your knowledge of RA and give you a chance to win some prizes!
So What are you waiting for? Give it a go and tell me how you did! I'm an open book, so if you have any questions, whether about the condition itself or about my lived experience of it, Please do not hesitate to ask me!newly diagnosed (or think this might be what you are dealing with). First, you should know that things can only get better from here on out. I remember how bleak things seemed back then for me. Also, do not get fobbed off. Evidence shows that early intervention is critical to your outcome. Do not wait and let the damage take hold. RA is classed as a medical emergency.