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Friday, August 14, 2009 Donna Adams, Community Member, asks

Q: How do you control osteoarthritis pain when you have gone through all the OTC meds and NSAIDs?

Have taken all OTC and NSAIDs, all do not work for me now. I even have it in my spine. Have tried parafen baths for the hands. MD does not know what to do. Seen a rheumatologist, no solutions except maybe a pain clinic. What can they do for this type of pain?

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Ann Kennedy, Community Member
8/18/09 10:57am

Have you heard of the new stem cell therapy, using your own stem cells to heal?

Donna Adams, Community Member
8/19/09 3:04pm

Can you give more information on this? I have not heard of this before. Is there a place on the web I could go to for more information and how it works and how well?  Thanks

Janetgal, Community Member
2/20/10 6:54am

please go the the clinic and be seen by the physician there who is board certified in anesthesia and pain management.  Sounds to me like you are a candidate for prescription analgesics and long-acting drugs.

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By Donna Adams, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/24/10, First Published: 08/14/09