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What medicines should I use for rheumatoid arthritis?

Q: Whether Glucosamine & Chondroitin sulphate is an effective medicine for rheumatic pain? Knee joint is having inflammation and pain? Medicine Like methotrexate has severe side effects.

A:There is no scientifically acceptable evidence to support the use of these agents in Rheumatoid arthritis pain. In the United States, the law requires that this information should be made available to all consumers of these agents. One can use one of the NSAIDs, such as Fenaplus (diclofenac with paracetamol) for relief of pain.

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