A Few Words About Arthrosis

I’ve been diagnosed with arthrosis at 2013 at the age of 35. I suffered from fingers joint pain and X-rays showed first and second stages of arthrosis. My general practitioner offered me only pain killers, which I refused.

Luckily, this degenerative joint disease had only a small progress during the last year. I regularly feel tingling in the fingers, cause by pressure on nerves, bearable pain and also numbness, which can be easily loosen up. Luckily, fingers feel and motion skills stay unaffected.

Prognosis isn’t good. Half of patients diagnosed with the arthrosis are fully disabled in the 15 years. So how long have I got? Well, we’ll see.