As any good patient does, when things start getting good you start to lose interest in taking and doing all the things that got you there. It's hard to be disciplined all the time! Besides, I was starting to think I was in true remission and my body had finally corrected itself. But as one would expect, weeks down the road of taking little to no pills and eating less good stuff than I was, my RA started coming back. Luckily, it's not a flare of any sort, just some symptoms returning because I wasn't being as diligent with all my pills. So I'm back again, pill popping and hoping to feel yet again what it feels like to not really have RA. Cheers to all and Happy New Year!!
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