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Having joint pain. Done RA test. Cure? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi Dr. Morning
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
User :   From last one year am suffring in joint pain
User :   like elbow, fingure, front side of knee and back side of knee
Doctor :   ok
User :   i have test uric acid and it is ok
User :   RA test alos done and theri result are 325
User :   the duration of pain upto 24 - 30 hors. and
User :   its too pain
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   may i know your age and gender ?
User :   first am effect in this pain in last year winter seasobn
User :   and it was starter at soulder artea
User :   male 34
User :   last week my present doctor push up a injection of DTH
Doctor :   ok
User :   my present medicine SAZO-500 , hcqs,aceclo sr
User :   pls. help
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   may i know which doctor have you consulted , which specialty ?
User :   he is otrtho syrgen
User :   in my present city
User :   ie in Rudrapur, Uttaranchal
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   he has put you on the right medicines
Doctor :   are you feeling better ?
User :   no. few days only
User :   stil pain is continuing
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i suggest you follow the medicines as suggested by doctor
User :   so what should i do
Doctor :   it will take time
Doctor :   has he suggested for any exercises ?
User :   no. But i have started mornink walk
User :   But i have started morning walk
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   that is good
Doctor :   does the pain reduce by evening ?
User :   no. there is no specific time of pain.
Doctor :   ok
User :   it can start anytime
Doctor :   do you experience morning stiffnes?
User :   yes.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   these are arthritic features
Doctor :   and I see that the right medicines are being given
User :   so, pls. confim what should i Do
Doctor :   the best that can be done is exercises along with taking the medicines
User :   waht type of excercise
Doctor :   it would be the muscle relaxing exercises
Doctor :   you can try physiotherapy
User :   ok
Doctor :   morning or evening walks will help too
Doctor :   this has to be followed daily
Doctor :   you may have to repeat the tests
User :   which test
Doctor :   physiotherpay has many options
Doctor :   like massages , infra red therapy
User :   ok
User :   physiotherpay should be on everyday basis
Doctor :   you can consider them
Doctor :   since this is arthritis , it will be having flare ups and comes down
User :   also confirm what is the normal value of RA
User :   w
Doctor :   it is 0 to 20
Doctor :   it is for seeing improvement
User :   but my present test it has come 325 ?
Doctor :   presence or absence e may not rule out the presence of arthritis
User :   how to control RA
Doctor :   it is just a titre
Doctor :   do not worry about it
Doctor :   it is controlled by medications which i see you are already taking
Doctor :   they are the antiinflammatory medicines
User :   but pain is too high
Doctor :   i understand
Doctor :   you have been given pain killers too
Doctor :   i feel it will come down with time
User :   it is curable or not
Doctor :   it is contorlled
Doctor :   cure is not expected
User :   due to this problem man can be disabled ?
Doctor :   as you are on medicines , do not worry
Doctor :   it will not cause so much harm , that wold be a very long term complication
User :   any boundation in food to incraese the RA
Doctor :   go for regular follw ups to your doctor
Doctor :   does any food aggravate your pain ?
User :   not yet
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   there is no specific food changes you need to make as such
User :   my RA IS TOO HIGH ?
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