13 Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

2. Numbness in different parts of the body

When you have swollen joints, they can put pressure against the nerves. You may get a tingling sensation or have complete numbness. This numbness can happen anywhere in the body, but the more common areas are the elbow, ankles, fingers, and wrists. And numbness or tingling may be constant, or it may come and go. Uses of the affected area they make symptoms seem worse.

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