Reactive arthritis

What is Reactive arthritis?

Reactive arthritis is a chronic form of arthritis featuring the following three conditions: inflamed joints, inflammation of the eyes (conjunctivitis), and inflammation of the genital, urinary, or gastrointestinal systems. Reactive arthritis can occur after genital infection or bowel infection.

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my son raghav sood age 17 having hlab27 postive &is suffering from reactive arthritis.He is advised to take sazo 500 &twice a day &nac sr 100 twice...

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The acute phase of reactive arthritis should subside in 1-2 months. However, it is likely he will need to be under regular care of a...

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hi i m santosh , i m suffering from reactive arthritis . Right now i m on medication indomethycin, preninjole
for one month, still i get stiffness...

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Dear patient
reactive arthritis can be controlled with medication and takes longer time. You are taking indomethacin which is pain moderator and...

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If someone has got reactive arthritis from chlamydia..and the chlamydia is being treated and gone...but as we know reactive arthritis cannot be...

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