Reactive arthritis, formerly known as Reiter’s syndrome, is a condition that causes inflammation (redness and swelling) in various places in the body.
It usually develops following an infection, and in most cases clears up in a few months without causing long-term problems.
The three most common places affected by reactive arthritis are:
However, most people will not experience all of these problems.
The symptoms of reactive arthritis usually develop within four weeks of infection.
In most cases, reactive arthritis follows a sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as chlamydia, or a bowel infection such as food poisoning.
The three parts of the body most commonly affected by reactive arthritis are the:
However, most people won’t experience problems in all of these areas.
Joints and tendons
Reactive arthritis usually involves inflammation of the joints (arthritis) and tendons, which can cause:
The urinary system
Reactive arthritis can sometimes also involve inflammation of the urethra (non-gonococcal urethritis), which is the tube that carries urine out of the body. Symptoms of urethritis can include:
Reactive arthritis may occasionally involve inflammation of the eyes (conjunctivitis). Symptoms of conjunctivitis can include:
In rare cases, a type of uveitis, called iritis can develop. Iritis can cause the eyes to become painful, red and sensitive to light. See your doctor or an eye specialist as soon as possible if you have these symptoms.
Reactive arthritis can also cause symptoms, including:
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