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Back ache, knee pain, swelling. MRI shows sacroillitis. Ankylosing spondylitis?

Hii...i am suffering frm severe back ache frm past 4 years and knee pain wid swelling frm past four to five days... MRI report shows sacroillitis,diagnosis has been done as ankylosin spondilitis partially,no particular disease has been found.....cud u pls guide me for the same?and also wat medication n treatment shud be taken???
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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hi,you didnot write about medcines and measures adopted for last four years for backache.neither you have mentiond about vertebral column curvatures and shape.any how you should see some physiotherapist ,could be helpful if your bacr ache persists then you must consult some neurosurgeon or orthpedic surgeon.meanwhile if attending office or watching tv, try to sit upright with support to the back and during driving use ortho cushion. you can use this cushion in office chair also.
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