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Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) | Last Active: May 13 9:15am | Replies (7)

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The only caution I would give you is to watch closely for the symptoms of Giant Cell Arteritis. PMR by itself is not life threatening, but GCA is another story.

Excerpt from article below – "If you have polymyalgia rheumatica, you are at a higher risk of getting a condition called giant cell arteritis (GCA). This involves inflammation of the blood vessels called arteries. This needs urgent treatment as there's a risk of permanent loss of your eyesight or having a stroke with giant cell arteritis."
Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) | Causes, symptoms, treatments: https://www.versusarthritis.org/about-arthritis/conditions/polymyalgia-rheumatica-pmr/

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Yes I have read about that as a problem and that 15% of people with PMR can get it. Plus my doctor warned me about that oh, has he told me that if I do start getting headaches to notify him immediately and I'll probably have to go on Prednisone or something. In my life before this I never got headaches. Of course, that excludes the times when I was young and drank and had hangovers. But it's been many decades since that occurred.

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