12 Things to Watch Out For in Scleroderma

7. Joint and Muscle

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Since musculoskeletal pain is common in rheumatic diseases, scleroderma is no exception. Physical examinations may detect arthritis but muscle disease may be asymptomatic until weakness occurs.

Throughout June, our resident blogger and scleroderma patient, Nicola Whitehill, posted daily information and facts about scleroderma to celebrate the Scleroderma Awareness Month.

See the post she dedicated to bone, joint and muscle involvement in scleroderma. 

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