Would I be able to take the methcarbomal for rheumatoid arthritis?

Not related. Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant. It treats muscle spasm, not ra. However, it can be taken for muscle spasm while the RA is treated with anti-rheumatic medications.

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I have rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. What can I take that can treat both?

Different conditions. Fibromyalgia and RA are very different, so the medications that work for one, may not work for the other. Antidepressants such as duloxetine (cymbalta) or others are frequently helpful for chronic pain. Exercise can also be helpful for chronic pain. See a rheumatologist if you haven't already. Read more...

Rheumatoid arthritis problems, what can I take for the pain?

Lots. Start out with the basics like nsaids such as advil, (ibuprofen) alleve, motrim as these have more of anti inflammatory components. Prescription narcotics are sometimes based on severity of ra. But overall, you want to prevent the flares by immunosuppressants. A rheumatologist would be best person to consult. Read more...

What happens if I do not take medication for my rheumatoid arthritis?

A disaster. You will likely develop progressive joint damage, deformity and disability. This process starts often very early in the disease course. Do not risk it. Read more...

What will happen if I do not take medication for rheumatoid arthritis?

Shorter life. Untreated rheumatoid arthritis shortens lives. The effect on the lifespan depends on the severity of the disease and the amount of inflammation. Rheumatoid arthritis commonly causes joint deformities which, if they occur, can only be reversed by surgery. It is best to get prompt diagnosis and treatment. Ra is serious chronic disease like diabetes. Read more...