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Rheumatoid arthritis
Since 2 years i have severe pains in all joints like they are going to break at any time.i have consulted lot of rheumatologists but everyone failed.i tried saaz500, ibuprofen,ketoprofen,indomethacin,multivatamins,sprays.please help me out as i have postponed the important commitments and i am afraid theat pains lead me to suicide.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic condition. It cannot be cured but it can be adequately controlled and contained so as to let you continue with daily life. The modern medications are very effective. If the active disease phase is controlled then other things can be done to improve symptoms. When medications are prescribed my advice would be to continue to take them as prescribed. They are quite effective. Please see a qualified Rheumatologist for that. Keep your joints mobile, take pain killers as needed and try to stay active. The cold weather makes symptoms worse.
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Consult a good Rheumatologist and take medicines as prescribed for the correct duration. Exercises and physiotherapy to help keep joints mobile and free.
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Sir u can opt for homeopathic medicines as they show gud result . Your should use alternative methods like hot pack to for pain relieving and when pain reduces slightly .then u should start strengthening exercises for all joints to keep the joints mobile as well .exercises are the only cure for RA .you should keep use energy conservation and joint protection techniques for using your body joints for life time.and I am sure it will surely help you. Thanks and regards
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