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What is Heroin?

What causes Heroin Addiction?

RA is caused by an abnormality in the immune system that turns the body against itself. Although there isn’t an exact known cause, RA may be influenced by genetic or environmental factors.

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Heroin Addiction Signs

The most common symptoms of RA are swelling, pain and stiffness in the joints. RA can affect any of the joints in the body, including those in the hands, feet, knees, ankles, wrists and elbows.

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Treatment Options

Treatment can help make RA more manageable by addressing symptoms and protecting against long-term damage. Treatments include medications, surgery and lifestyle changes.

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You Can Manage Your
Heroin Addiction Symptoms

Symptoms of heroin addiction can make it difficult to live a full, healthy life. Fortunately, there are many ways to manage these symptoms — from medications to lifestyle changes.

Treatments for heroin addiction are more effective than ever. Depending on your individual situation, you can find an HA medication that minimizes the pain, swelling and long-term damage of the disease.

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You and your family are not alone in the
fight against Heroin Addiction.

Getting a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis can be scary, but you don’t have to feel alone during this time. Care and support are available, no matter where you live or what your specific needs are.

Approximately 1.5 million Americans are living with RA. Join together and find help in your battle by learning about your treatment options or attending a support group.