Many people with rheumatoid arthritis may also develop symptoms that do not directly affect the joints or the areas around them. These symptoms are general and can be an indication of many different ailments. They include a general lack of energy, fever, excessive sweating, a poor appetite, weight loss, dryness of the eyes and chest pain. Consult your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms to rule out more dangerous conditions.
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