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Osteoarthritis in knee joint.Taking cap,palms look bluish. What is the cause?

Hi my mother has osteoarthritis in her knee joint . Doctor has aspirated the fluid and inject cortico steroids few months ago. Now she is on glucosamine condroiton, tramadol,orphenidine, dosulepin 25mg OD, calcium and vitamin D, omeprazole,losartan +hydrochlorthiazide and atenolol. I have noticed that her palms looks a bit bluish or blackish. Can u suggest what is the cause?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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your mother have hematological problem d/t side effect of multi dose steroids + pain killer +antihypertensive +antisycotic drug omeprazl.
so you r curing localize problem now suffer other generalize problem .why r you joining homeopathy ?
Dr neeraj M.D Homeo
Answered: Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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