Re: How many women are 45-50+ with PF ?Posted by Diane R. on 9/09/98 at 21:42 (001740)
You can add me to the list - just turned 51 in August.
Re: How many women are 45-50+ with PF ?Annette on 9/10/98 at 08:44 (001757)
Add me in to. I am 50 and on the verge of menopause. I also have other various aches and pains that have been helped a lot by glucosamine and chondroitin. I was going to try and put off taking estrogen until I really got the hot flashes bad. I am very fine boned and when I go on estrogen I figured it would be long term for osteoporosis prevention (indefinitely) so I did not want to start it any sooner than I had to. But the connection between hormones, PF and arthritis is interesting. It was 4 years ago my PF really flared up, at the point I would be perimenopausal. I am wondering about going to the doctor and requesting estrogen now jut to see if it would help.
Re: How many women are 45-50+ with PF ?moira sorley on 1/02/99 at 10:01 (002986)
i am 52 now, so you can add me to the list. i started with plantara fasciitis 2 months a gonow. have had foot x ray at the beginning. this was normal. then had acupuncture and ultrasound. not a great deal of help. have crutches now to help with walking longish distances
at the point now of being referred to a specialist. had blood tests for ankylosing spondilitis and rheumatoid arthritis. tests not all back yet, but so far negative. i dont know what the long term answer will be for me but will correspond if any good news or otherwise.