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Medication of Rheumatoid
I have been on medication from 8 months for Rheumatoid artritis. Now I'm feeling well with no symptoms of pain in any joints. But doctor suggests medicines continuous. Is there cure for Rheumatoid arthritis? How much time medication to be used for Rheumatoid arthritis?
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Medication for rheumatoid arthritis need to be continued, although dose may be reduced if symptoms and inflammation markers are under control.
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Hi..... Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a common chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease characterised by an inflammation of the synovial joints leading to joint and periarticular tissue destruction.... The prognosis is variable. The clinical course is typically periods of exacerbations and remissions but may be mild self-limited disease or a chronic progressive illness. ... Follow the instructions given by your Physician......
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