RA Health Log Day 10

Day 10 of my Rheumatoid Arthritis health log. Today I woke up again with tender shoulders, still only a 1 on the pain level. It went away shortly after getting up. I had a busy day today, just a latte for breakfast, half of a regular size sandwich from Quiznos for lunch and the other have for dinner.

Some stress this morning when a police officer showed up at my house.  It is frustrating to have a neighbor that calls the police anytime the dog barks or something happens at his house and he blames my son. My dog is rarely outside and if outside usually only for about five minutes, so lets just say someone needs a life. I have around a dozen complaints so far from the same neighbor, it is like the RA pain level 1, just annoying.

I did not have time to do the elliptical and Bowflex today. But I did have time this evening to ride on my bike. I usually go around the three blocks (where I live that is around the same block 3 times haha!). But I was still frustrated today that I lost count, I believe I went around 10 times.

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Biotinidase Deficiency Not RA
Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in Dec 2003 because of joint pain and fatigue. Found out on July 19, 2013 that I really was profoundly low on Vitamin B7 because of a rare disease called Biotinidase Deficiency. When I found out I was very weak, hardly could get out of bed, could not turn my head without getting light headed, dragging my feet when I tried to walk, struggled to breath daily for years and was having many many other issues. From the first 24 hours of taking Biotin my symptoms started to disappear and my body started getting stronger again.
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