Is it possible to play sports with rheumatism?
my daughter silently with a workout comes rubbing fastumgel and does not pay much attention to this.it all depends on you your desire and your goal
This can only be told to you by your doctor. Rheumatism is a serious thing sometimes it affects the heart greatly, so you can not do without consulting a doctor.
If you are diagnosed with rheumatism, no sports doctor will allow you to engage in sports with extreme physical exertion. Unless the checkers and chess.
Is it possible to die from rheumatism?
Yes, there is some kind of difficult stage when the joints fester, laziness to google to remember exactly how it is called
from rheumatism of the heart easily. . from the rheumatism of the joints to remain a complete invalid lying down with wild pains
If not treated.then you can easily die, because it's not a runny nose, but rather a serious disease.
Rheumatism has various manifestations. It would be nice if you indicated what you are struck. However, with rheumatoid disease, heart valves( rheumatoid endocarditis) are very easily affected, which can lead to disability or even death.
The immediate threat of life due to rheumatism proper arises extremely rarely - with diffuse myocarditis and acute meningoencephalitis almost exclusively in childhood. In adults, the predominantly articular and dermal forms proceed most favorably. Chorea, as indicated, often combines with small changes in the heart.
Basically, the prognosis for rheumatism is determined by the state of the heart( the presence and severity of the defect, the degree of myocardiosclerosis).One of the main prognostic criteria is the degree of reversibility of the symptoms of rheumatic heart disease. Continuously recurrent rheumatic carditis in this regard is most unfavorable. The timing of the initiation of therapy is very important, since with the treatment that has been started for a long time, the probability of the formation of defects is increasing. Of great importance is age: in children rheumatism is more severe and more often leads to persistent valve changes. At the same time, when the primary disease is older than 25 years, the process flows favorably, and heart disease usually does not form.
To judge the prognosis, the clinical features of the course of the first attack in each particular case have a certain significance, since it is noted that subsequent relapses often have the same characteristics. Therefore, if the primary rheumatic fever has occurred without obvious signs of rheumatic carditis, or if the latter are completely reversible, there is reason to believe that future relapses will not lead to the formation of valvular disease.
It should be borne in mind that in this patient, the formation of heart defects usually occurs for a limited period of time( usually no more than 3 years from the time of the first signs of valvular changes).If more than 3 years have elapsed since the diagnosis of specific valve lesions, the probability of a new defect is small, despite the continuing activity of rheumatism.
Prevention. The basis of prevention is strengthening the body's resistance to infection, as well as fighting it.
Distinguish primary prevention - a system of measures to prevent diseases of rheumatism of healthy people and secondary prevention - a system of measures in persons who have previously suffered attacks of rheumatism. Primary prevention consists in the possible elimination of factors contributing to the development of the disease: the improvement of social conditions( nutrition, housing, normalization of the working and rest regime) and working conditions. Among the measures of primary prevention are tempering, sanation of foci of chronic infection( chronic tonsillitis, sinusitis, etc.) and the correct treatment of diseases caused by streptococcus( tonsillitis, exacerbation of chronic tonsillitis).Secondary prevention consists in carrying out seasonal or year-round bicillin prophylaxis. For this patient, who have suffered rheumatism, they are put on dispensary records in the cardio-rheumatological offices of the district polyclinic. Bicillin is an antibiotic( from the penicillin group), which is injected intramuscularly once a week( bicillin-3) or once a month( bicillin-5);this is done to combat focal infection. In addition, in the autumn-spring period, such patients also receive antirheumatic drugs( usually in a half dose) for 2-3 weeks.
Is it possible to play sports with Arthritis,( how?).
Pilates and swimming. But first consult with a doctor in the club in the bark you are going to do.
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I have arthritis, but I do football
with rheumatism also possible
in acute period( pain, joint swelling, local temperature increase near the joint) -not possible. After relief of acute inflammation, optimal swimming-movement with minimal load for articular surfaces. The joint "feeds" only during movement.
I do not know if the doctor needs to know
What should I do with rheumatism?
What to do - grab for the waist and moan! When will pass - when white slippers will be dressed!
It must necessarily be treated.
go to a rheumatologist to take tests and be treated according to the full program, as rheumatism licks the joints but strikes the heart
Do weight lifting. And it is best to get a driller for drilling. There, the pipes carry around 90-120 kg
must be treated!and it does not pass, it is a chronic disease and is prone to progress without treatment. Serious medications are taken, the diet is observed.
Rheumatism. Treatment of
The diagnosis of rheumatism is the basis for hospitalization, especially in severe forms of the disease. For patients with mild course, treatment at home is possible. In this case, therapy is carried out according to general principles, but hormonal drugs are prescribed only in exceptional cases and under special control. In the first 7-10 days, a patient with a mild illness observes a semi-postal regimen. With severe severity of the disease in the first period of treatment, a strict bed rest is prescribed( up to 15-20 days).The criterion for expanding the motor regime is the pace of clinical improvement and normalization of ESR and other laboratory indicators. By the time of discharge( usually 40-50 days after admission), the patient must switch to a free regime close to a sanatorium.
In the diet of a patient with rheumatism, it is recommended to limit table salt and, in part, carbohydrates( up to about 300 g per day), as these substances, to a small extent, increase sensitization and inflammatory processes in the body. The amount of fat introduced does not seem to have a significant effect on the course of the disease. It is advisable to increase the amount of protein( up to 2 g per 1 kg of body weight), since protein products are attributed to the ability to increase resistance to rheumatism, including its relapse. This applies to meat, fish, cottage cheese, cheese and especially to eggs. The meaning of the latter is determined by the palmitic acid derivatives contained therein. An important role is given to fruits and vegetables in connection with the content of ascorbic acid, vitamin P and potassium in them.
The basis for the modern treatment of most patients with active rheumatism is the early combined use of glycocorticoid hormones( prednisone, prednisolone, triamcinolone) in gradually decreasing doses and one of such anti-inflammatory drugs as acetylsalicylic acid, indomethacin, voltaren, brufen, butadione. The initial daily doses of prednisone and prednisolone are usually 20-25 mg, triamcinolone 16-20 mg, dexamethasone 3-3.5 mg. The first dose reduction is made after achieving clinical improvement, but not earlier than a week after the start of treatment. Further decrease in daily doses continues( almost half a tablet of prednisolone every 5-8 days).The rate of prednisolone( prednisone) is usually about 500-800 mg, triamcinolone 400-500 mg, dexamethasone 70-80 mg. It should be borne in mind that therapeutic daily doses of prednisolone should be at least 10 mg( or adequate doses of other hormones).Smaller doses of prednisolone are used only for the gradual withdrawal at the end of the therapeutic course. The syndrome of hormone abolition for rheumatism practically does not happen, therefore, if necessary( sudden development of serious complications), even a high dose of corticosteroids in a patient with rheumatism can be drastically reduced or canceled. The best steroid hormone for the treatment of rheumatism is prednisolone;in patients with severe circulatory insufficiency, triamcinolone, the least deterrent to sodium and water, acquires certain advantages.
The therapeutic effect of glycocorticoids in rheumatism is greater, the higher the activity of the disease. Therefore, patients with a particularly high activity of rheumatism( pancarditis, polyserositis, etc.), the initial dose of hormones should be increased in comparison with that indicated by 40-50%( 30-35 mg of prednisolone) or even higher.
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Rheumatism, or, more precisely, rheumatic diseases, affects first of all joints. Although all rheumatic diseases have several common symptoms( pain, functional disorders, joint stiffness), they are still divided into two broad categories: DEGENERATIVE RHEUMATISM( see article ARTHROSIS) and INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM( see article ARTHRITIS).