Ask the Doctors: Topical NSAIDs; Knee Surgery

Q: The articles on guidelines for treating osteoarthritis say that NSAIDs should not be used for long periods of time due to possible side effects. Is this true for the topical gel too? A: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can be effective for reducing inflammation and relieving pain of osteoarthritis. They are available as pills and […]
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