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Suffering from arthritis. Pain in wrist and fingers. Solution?

I have been told that I am having arthritis , but it was starting mode so could not have exact type of arthritis. My doctor have suggested etrik 60 and sazo 500 tablet. This case is one year back. but from last month i am getting again pain and my one finger is bent and not getting straight also my right hand wrist is paining and have swallow . Please advise. Thanks.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Jul 2013
Hi, Arthritis can be broadly classified into 2 types - Inflammatory & Non inflammatory. Inflammatory arthritis can be again of so many varieties & can occur in any age group whereas non inflammatory arthritis is an disease of old age generally. As you have already develop deformity of the finger also, i advice you to undergo through evaluation by an experienced orthopedic surgeon and follow his advice accordingly. Good luck
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