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... My husband broke his ankle and now has a lot of pain in it due to arthritis. ... (9 replies)
... From all I've read, only Tylenol can be taken. You might ask if she needs the aspirin or if the Aleve would suffice. ... (2 replies)
... I agree prescribed is the best way to go. ... (9 replies)

... Hi Terras1mom, FYI, you can also buy the Symtec Joint Movement Glucosamine with Chondroitin with MSM at Costco - it's a bigger bottle (think 32 oz.) for about $17. It goes on sale sometimes too for $14. I agree this product helps and I also find taking liquid Calcium with Vit D (also sold at Costco) has helped me a lot too! molly (9 replies)
... the less you move the worse it will get! It hurts so bad you do not ever want to move again, but force yourself to move and keep moving and it will ease up on you. ... (9 replies)
... Please do not quote a message and then start a new message underneath it. Use quick reply instead or edit out the portion of the quote which is relevant to your response Thank you HBMod07 (9 replies)
... I use Alleve on a regular basis but sometimes during flares I need an immediate heavy duty pain reliever. I take two Tylenol with codeine and that seems to help take the edge off. ... (9 replies)
... or generic brand would be his best bet. But be carefull it can cause harm to the digestive system. But everyone i know says it works the best. ... (9 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about your husband's ankle. Unfortunately, there really isnt a way to tell specifically what would be the best OTC med for him. It's basically trial and error, just as prescriptions can be. ... (9 replies)
... I have dealt with this disease for almost twelve years. Over time my nails and arthritis have worsened to the point that over the counter medication was not effective. I decided to start taking Enbrel last August. I was just wanting relief from my arthritis, but what I got was a miracle! ... (6 replies)
... i think it works on mild arthritis condition. as for me, my arthritis flared up pretty bad and had to rely on prednisone and methrotrexate. i really wanted to get off the western medications though, so after 2 mos. ... (3 replies)
... spinal stenosis, and cervical ribs. I must though disagree regarding the advice for no traction. I was diagnosed with all but the cervical ribs in March of this year. I've known about the cervical ribs for 18 years. ... (11 replies)
Hip arthritis ?
Sep 12, 2012
... One of the most basic practices to slow the advance of arthritic debilitation is simple exercise. Mild exercise that encourages full extension of the muscles and joints may slow the effects of the condition. This can be painful therapy and must not be over extended. ... (1 replies)
... Asprin was recommended as a blood thinner. (2 replies)
... My docs tell me to do the same thing and I can tell you they work GREAT! ... (8 replies)
... I DO have great insurance for all this, so that was not a factor in the decision to not bother with a RA specialist. ... (10 replies)
... A fringe benifit is the heel spurs on the feet too, of course. ... (17 replies)
... I hope your's gets relief soon. ... (12 replies)
... Glucosamine With Chondroitin + MSM - does anyone know if this can be taken during pregnancy? thanks thinkerbell72 (9 replies)
... Your story reminds me so much of my own. I am having an awful time today and appear to be in a a flare of some kind also. I started having severe arthritis 2 weeks after the birth of my first daughter in 2001. ... (2 replies)


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