1. How often do you experience flare-ups (periods of time when you’re experiencing symptoms)?
It feels like my PsA symptoms are .
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2. When you’re experiencing UC symptoms, how many times a day do you go to the bathroom?
My joint pain feels .
3. When you go to the bathroom, how often do you have blood in your stool?
My PsA symptoms limit my ability to do daily activities .
4. When you feel the urgent need to go to the bathroom, do you have an actual bowel movement?
Your gastroenterologist may use the term "urgency" to describe not being able to wait to use the bathroom. Tell your doctor how often you feel the need to go to the bathroom even if you don’t have a bowel movement.
5. Are you familiar with how inflammation contributes to your UC symptoms?
Inflammation is your immune system’s defense against things that are trying to make you sick. But with UC, your immune system becomes overactive and attacks the colon, which can lead to a cycle of more inflammation, symptoms, and colon damage.
6. Have you and your gastroenterologist discussed options that proactively treat your UC rather than just addressing the symptoms?
7. Your gastroenterologist may talk about “repairing the colon lining.” Are you familiar with this concept?
In this case, repairing the colon lining means that evidence of active UC cannot be seen during an endoscopy or with any other way of looking at the lining of the colon.
8. Are you currently in steroid-free remission?
9. If you are not in steroid-free remission and you are currently on a treatment, are you experiencing any of the following symptoms? Select all that apply:
Talk with your gastroenterologist about what lasting, steroid-free remission looks like and would mean for you.
10. Overall, how does UC impact your life?
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missed work or school due to PsA symptoms.
My PsA symptoms get in the way of .
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Speak up about what you want
Don't be afraid to tell your doctor what you want from a treatment plan. Use your answers to identify goals that are important to you. Are you on track to achieve them? Speak up if you want to make a change.
Look at the big picture
RA is about more than just physical symptoms. If the mental and emotional impact of RA is high, or it stops you from completing everyday activities, it could be time to rethink your RA treatment plan.
Take the RAPID3
The RAPID3 survey is a questionnaire doctors use to help measure the severity of your RA. It can help you and your rheumatologist set treatment goals and track progress. To take the RAPDI3, click here.
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