Ask the Doctors: NSAID alternatives; CPPD disease

Q: I was told not to take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because of a medical condition. This is difficult because I have osteoarthritis. What else can I try? A: NSAIDs, which reduce inflammation and relieve pain, can be effective medications for osteoarthritis. But they have limitations due to potential side effects. People with certain medical […]
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