Those Strange PsA Symptoms...
We know that psoriatic arthritis is so much more than just chronic inflammation and joint pain. While swollen, painful joints are the primary symptoms of PsA, there are a number of other symptoms of PsA that people don't often talk about. And sometimes it's helpful to know you're not the only one experiencing those "strange" symptoms that may not necessarily be on your doctor's radar!
Do you experience fatigue as a symptom of psoriatic arthritis?
- The most common eye issue for people with PsA is uveitis, which is inflammation of the eye that causes redness, pain, and can lead to vision loss. If you've experienced blurry vision, floating spots in your vision (floaters), unexplained eye pain, or redness, your psoriatic arthritis may be the culprit. Learn more about uveitis and other eye issues.
Have you experienced any eye symptoms due to PsA?
Have you experienced any hearing loss as a result of psoriatic arthritis?
- Also called nail psoriasis, nail dystrophy affects the appearance of your nails. Those changes might not look nice, but more than that - they can hurt! Read more about this symptom and what can be done to treat it.
Do you experience any changes to your nails as a result of psoriatic arthritis?
Does having psoriatic arthritis affect your mood?
What other symptoms would you like to see more discussion about? Please share in the comments!
Do you have a sleep disorder (eg. insomnia, sleep apnea, RLS) in addition to your PsA?