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Rheumatoid arthritis
Suffering from arthritis since 2017 No wrist movement..swelling in feet fingers wrist elbow. Stiffness in morning and too much pain.
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You need to consultation with rheumatologist, don’t delay or ignore
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confirm diagnosis by serological test  & if positive get treatment with immunosuppressive drugs from rheumatologist
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There are so many drugs Called disease modifying agents Their use depends on disease duration and disease severity and deformities if any Symptomatic drugs are only for pain , not real treatment What you need depends on your symptoms and investigations That is detailed discussion
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rt management will prevent deformities and other complications for pain you can try any analgesic like tab voveran 50 mg or 75 mg  or tab naprosyn 250 mg or 500 mg twice a day
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