This book began as Google search made by a worried daughter in response to her mother’s painful question “what is polymyalgia rheumatica?”
What she found persuaded her to collect her findings together in a book, as a resource for her mother and family members, and now you as the starting point to your polymyalgia rheumatica education and recovery.
PMR (polymyalgia rheumatica) is a less-well known member of the infamous family of auto-immune disorders. The fact that it is less-well known can make it more difficult to get a diagnosis and find patient-focused information and support for new sufferers.
This book will help you to:
Think of it as a PMR first aid manual which will help you to work out what you need to do next.
- address your fears and concerns about your diagnosis of PMR and/or GCA (giant cell arteritis)
- understand what is going on in your body
- get the knowledge and support to manage your illness
- assist your body to recover
Or a user manual designed to help you to understand and manage your body on a day-to-day basis as it returns to health.
What do other readers say about this book? “This book is easy and quick to read, yet answers the questions I had regarding Polymyalgia Rheumatica and GCA. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with a PMR diagnosis.”
“I read this little book in one sitting.”
”I read this from cover to cover, and found it is written in an understandable and clear way. This makes it accessible to all levels of education and brain fog, which is part of PMR, I have found. It is respectful and valuing, and the suggestions are excellent. I had not thought to find an online support group, for example, which I did this morning.”
If you have been diagnosed with PMR and/or GCA (aka giant cell arteritis) and your head is full of questions “ What Is Polymyalgia Rheumatica? Have all your questions answered.”
is written to provide you with the answers. Are you ready to get answers for your questions?
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