I'm sorry no one has answered you until now. It is the type of disease that continues to change, evolve. You're so young to have been diagnosed with this. I have had RA for over four years now, but for a decade before my official diagnosis, my immune system was all over the place, attacking my ovaries, my adrenal glands, muscles, intestinal tract, nervous system, just jumping from here to there, and never staying in one place very long. I was left with a diagnosis of Fibromyalgia and doctors telling me that it would eventually settle into one or two areas of the body. It finally did settle into my joints in 2012. It could have been worse, though. Lupus is no fun, for example. Please keep going to your Rheumatologist and Primary Care. Your best bet is to stay on top of it, try different treatments to keep those blood tests as close to normal as possible. I hope your immune system makes up its mind on where it wants to settle down for you a lot sooner than it did me, dear! I hope you're not still on the Methotrexate, however. It is not really meant to be used for very long term. But definitely consult your Rheumatologist! And keep us posted on your progress! Best of luck to you!