A 36-year-old female asked:
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should i see rheumatologist? ana negative. bilateral hip bursitis? x3 months, bilateral pain around knees x 1 year, bilateral plantar fasciitis

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Dr. David Snow
30 years experience Rheumatology
Yes: Yes… this still could be an inflammatory arthritis despite the negative anti-nuclear antibody. And if it is not an inflammatory arthritis, the rheumatologist may be able to send you in a better direction for a treatment plan.
Answered on Sep 12, 2014
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