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What is the treatment for Ankylosing Spondylitis and injections for back pain ?

Hi, I have ankylosing spondylitis since 1998 when I was 17. HLAB27 tested positive in 1999. I take Sulfasalazine 1000mg twice daily and Indomethacin as pain killer. Of late, both my hip joints have developed very painful condition. However, my overall health is good and I maintain constant weight & swim exercise regularly, no bend in the backbone, less pain due to homeo medicines. One doctor recently suggested me to under go a new line of treatment involving a set of injections specially designed for backbone & auxilary joints costing around INR 400,000. Can someone suggest me about those injections and their effectiveness , benefits. Thanks in advance, Ujjwal
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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hi ujwal,welcome,
i go through your quires,
i have no correct idea regards that injection ,but i can suggest you one tip for relief.
why you are not trying Kerala style ayurvedic special panchakarma therapies therapies ?
if you are interested i can help you
but i cannot say 100% cure ,but you will get very much benefiter by this.
thanking you
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Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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