And does counting tender points in fibromyalgia even still matter?
Fibromyalgia can be tricky to diagnose, which is why you may have one of these other conditions instead.
Here’s what to expect at the doctor’s office when you suspect you might have fibromyalgia.
Not sure where to go from here? These tips from fellow patients will make you feel less overwhelmed.
If you have a painful bump on your big toe, it might not necessarily be the bunion you think it is.
Here’s what happens during a joint count test — and how doctors use the results to guide your arthritis treatment.
Until recently, experts didn’t think people with RA were likely to also develop gout. But a new study suggests otherwise.
Getting diagnosed with gout isn’t always straightforward. These other diseases can present similarly to gout and cause a misdiagnosis.
You’ll likely get this blood test if your doctor suspects you have an autoimmune, inflammatory disease.
Delays in getting diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis are all too common. Knowing what to expect may help speed up the process.
Getting diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis can be a challenging process, but being prepared can help.