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Inflammation, pain in ankle, wrist, knee, on medicines. Food supplements that help?

I am just a 22 years old boy working in a IT company. I am taking Saaz DS(2 times), Indocap 25(2 times) and Indocap SR(1 time) since last 6 months and still having inflammation and pain in my joints like ankle, wrist and knee , I am a worried is it really helping me? Please advice me for some routine, food, supplements or anything that may can help me.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
HI thanks for your question.

your are taking drugs for pain wrist, knee and ankle.The medicine your taking are analgesic antinflammatory and are not good for prolonged use.Have you got yourself investigated for cause of pain in these joints

Most probably your having auto immune disease,which needs to be investigated.It is better for you to consult physician specialist to get youself investigated for cause of pain in these joints.

.Hope I answered your question

Answered: Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Rheumatologist Dr. Nagaprabhu's  Response
Probably you have spondyloarthropathy -if you are not improving with above medications you need another DMARD to help you apart from saaz or you have other options like biologicals . Do consult a rheumatologist
Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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