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Collagen supplement knee pain
Hi, I have mild knee pain to which glucosamine sulphate chondroitin  tablet( Rejoint) is given by doctor. I want to know which is better between collagen and glucosamine. Undenatured type 2 collagen capsules  or collagen peptide sachets, which will help. Can you please advice a tablet which has combination of all above. Thanks you.
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Hello Both have the same content and function, it's rather your preference of which for you want yo consume.
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All these are supplements for knee cartilage. It will not reduce pain. Only take these if you have early osteoarthritis in knee.
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please consult with me either video or clinic appointment - Dr. Amit Bansal(bansal clinic)
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