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Hello, everyone. I am free at last of a rheumatologist who charges big money for a visit and has not helped me at all. He tried two medications and I was allergic to both. I don't have RA...I have EOA. It causes bone erosions similar to the bone erosions seen in RA. It is basically an aggressive, inflammatory osteoarthritis. There aren't a lot of meds that can be used to treat it.
I fired by rheumy because I called him at 8:30 a.m. Of course I had to tt the nurse. I told her I was in a LOT of pain. She left a message on my cell Friday at five saying the rheumy wanted me to stop the Chloroquine and that he wanted me to see my PCP for a re-evaluation before he would perscribe prednisone.
I spent the entire wekkend at a level 9 pain. Not something I want to do again. I called my othropedic surgeon's office early Monday a.m. I immediately was prescribed a Medrol pack and Celebrex 200 mg. My husband picked it up and brought it home to me because I could not ...
Are you starting to feel pain in your knee from playing football, basketball, soccer or tennis or being a long-time regular at the step aerobic class? You’re not alone. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons , the knee is the largest joint in the human body. Additionally, it is one of the most complex joints and is vulnerable to injury since people use it so much.
The most common injury is a meniscal tear, which is often described as torn cartilage in the knee. It is estimated that this type of injury affects approximately 30 percent of people who are 50 years old and above. The meniscus are tough, and rubbery wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage that serve as shock absorbers between the thighbone (which is known as the femur) and the shinbone (known as the tibia).
“Athletes, particularly those who play contact sports, are at risk for meniscal tears,” the AAOS website states. “However, anyone at any age can tear a meniscus.&rd...
Generic Name: ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT - ORAL Pronounced: (ee-LECK-troe-lyte) Pedialyte Freezer Pops Oral Uses
This product is used in children to replace minerals (such
as sodium, potassium) lost due to diarrhea and vomiting. It helps prevent the
loss of too much body water (dehydration). Having the right amount of fluids
and minerals is important for the normal functioning of the
How To Use Pedialyte Freezer Pops Oral
Use this product as directed. Follow all directions on the
product package. If you are uncertain about any of the information, consult the
doctor or pharmacist.
Dry your hands before using this product. Place the strip
inside the mouth, on the tongue or on the inside of the cheek. The strip will
dissolve by itself. Allow the strip to fully dissolve before letting the child
eat or drink.
Dosage is based on your child's medical condition and
response to treatment. Do not use more than the recommended dose on ...
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