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Osteoarthritis

Also called: Degenerative Arthritis, Degenerative Joint Disease, DJD

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    I had my right knee replaced 11 months ago.  The surgeon will take several images of your thigh, knee and leg and send scans off...
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no,needs to get checked by doctor/lab work
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When i was a teenager I was on that, finally got off it, cause ALL I did was sleep, even though I was sickly I still wanted a somewhat normal life...
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Other than the fact that you may have an increase in your arthritic pain, there are no medical consequences in stopping this anti-inflammatory...
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Only if the arthritis is the MIDDLE EAR bones, so most of the time time, deafness is unrelated to osteoarthritis (also called degenerative arthritis)...
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Talk to your doctor about prescription NSAIDS. Antideppressants are not usually the course of standard for OA.
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The best I way I have found is to use refreezable cold packs, but nothing is 100%.  When using the cold packs, I use an ace bandage between the...
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yes, I get pain in hip and back, back is al deformed from all this, I also wear special shoes with splints in them, it still is not enough, and after...
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Osteoarthritis in the hip generally is felt in the groin area the outside of the hip could indicate bursitis. And this can be chronic. You would need...
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I have very severe multiple site OA. I have it in both thumbs and now fingers, rest, ice or heat, anti-inflammatory (pain meds). Tylenol is a...
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Then, get an opinion from a MEDICAL DOCTOR, such as an orthopedist. All you have now is your chiropractor's opinion -- someone who is getting...
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Several medications may help fight knee pain, and, in some cases, the inflammation that can cause joint swelling and discomfort. They include:...
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Topical analgesics are creams, ointments, and balms that are rubbed onto the skin where you have joint pain. Most are available without a...
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Several nutritional supplements are used to relieve arthritis pain. A couple of the most promising are: Glucosamine and chondroitin. These are the...
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Joint injections for knee OA (osteoarthritis) may be an alternative for people who don’t find relief from oral medications or aren’t able to...
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