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Knee pain, joint pains, back pain, ASO shows 400, any treatment?

dr. i am having knee pain and fingers joint pain for the past 2 years. Recently i took blood test in that showed aso as 400, doctor advised me to take antibiotics and physio but i didnt take anything, went to ayurveda that also i didnt continue. Recently backpain also started, not able to sit for an hour also, what treatment should i take how to get rid of this aso kindly advice me doctor.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Feb 2014
hi, u may be suffering from rheumatoid arthritis if u have morning stiffness for more one hour & stiffness decreases following some activity ,bilateral symetrical hand joint involvement ( sparing distal most finger joint ) . This diagnosis of RA can be made BY doing some blood test like RA factor, Anti- ccp antibody test, c-reactive protein, ESR. Beside thease Xray also done .If diagnosis is made, then u have to take NSAIDS, DMARD, Biological agents or combination of this with physiotherapy and lifstyle modification.
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