You May Not Have Psoriatic Arthritis At This Time

It’s still a good idea to be aware of the signs and symptoms of psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Set a reminder to take the quiz every six months. Think of it as part of your health care routine, the same way you get your teeth cleaned or your blood pressure checked regularly.

If you have any questions about psoriatic arthritis, or if you think you may still have it, don’t wait until you answer “yes” to three questions. It’s possible to have PsA, or another type of arthritis, without answering “yes” three times. Make sure to discuss your concerns with your doctor as soon as you can.

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