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Does etova tablets have side effects of stroke or heart attack. Currently taking etova for psoriasis arthritis past 1 year.

All NSAIDs increase risk of thrombosis. You should try alternative approach like diet for all around improvement. I suggest you discuss your diet on phone with me. Best wishes.
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I hav rheumatoid arthritis since 7 yrs.no deformity.at preasent taking etova 400 bd.for how long can i take it?any side effects? Can i take ayurvedic medicine with it?

Dear Friend, Thanks for sharing your query. NSAID alone is not recommended to treat RA. Our goal is to withdraw pain killer as soon as possible. Plz consult your Rheumatologist for anti arthritic medicines. Kindly visit www.jaipurrheumatologist.com for further information
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She is 6 weeks pregnant, due to spotting; her doctor prescribed her hcg injection (once a week since from her 4th weeks), endogest 200 (twice a day), folic acid (once a day) and etova 2 (three times a day). My question is, are these medicines are safe to take during pregnancy?

She is 6 weeks pregnant, due to spotting; her doctor prescribed her hcg injection (once a week since from her 4th wee...
These medicines will support your pregnancy. As you got spotting, you need more supportive treatment for your pregnancy. No need to doubt about harness of these medicines.
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I am having back pain since one month due to bike riding.please help me .i hv consulted doctor & had xray but found nothing.gave tablets etova & omez it gives relief for 5-6hr but again paining starts

stop pain killer.. start lower back muscle strenthening exercise stretching of gluteal hamstring n pyriformis muscle get ift n ultrasound therapy
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I am having pain from neck to my elbow since a long time. It just does’t go away. When I visited doc he said it’s tennis elbow and asked me to take etova 300 twice a day for a week. I took 2 tabs the first day and then stopped it as I could’t see any difference. I had one tablet today after 3 days but don’t really feel like continuing it. Can I stop the dosage?

I am having pain from neck to my elbow since a long time. It just does’t go away. When I visited doc he said it’s ten...
Yes u can stop it anytime u want. But when a doctor prescribe medications for a week, we have some reason behind it. If a medicine can reduce pain in a single dose, y would we ask to take it for a week. 🙏🏽
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Hi, my mother is suffering from knee pain and shoulder join to arm pain. She has been under rheumatoid arthritis treatment. Taking Etodolac 400 mg, methotrexate (1 tablet weekly), Hydro chloroquine, Folic Acid (weekly once). She is complaining about the mentioned pains after she start these medications. Apart from it, she is having swelling/fluid retention in her feet and ankle. She is also having blood sugar and hypothyroidism. Please advice if she is getting right treatment.

Hi, my mother is suffering from knee pain and shoulder join to arm pain. She has been under rheumatoid arthritis trea...
Quadriceps exercises-lie straight ,make a towel role and put it under the knee ,pressthe knee against the role, hold it for 20 secs. Repeat 20 times twice a day. This will help relieve some pain. Core Strengthening Exercise- Straight Leg Raised With Toes Turned Outward, Quadriceps Exercises- Lie straight, make a towel role and put it under the knee, press the keen against repeat 10 times, twice a day.
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Hello sir, my mother is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and also thyroid with high fever. Her hold body is pain, we have consult many doctors. But all the medicine which they prescribed are helpless. Medicine which are taken are tab. Hcqs200, folitrax 7.5 mg, pacimol 600, thyronorm 25 mg, predmet 4 mg, inj. Dynapar 1 mg, dexona inj. 1 mg also. We have already consult to Dr. ankur gupta your hospital, and he prescribe tab. etodolac 600 mg, cap. Indocap st 75, tab. nurokind lc. Sir there is no improve. I want a better solution so the illness be cure. Thank you.

Hello sir, my mother is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and also thyroid with high fever. Her hold body is pain, ...
There is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. But clinical studies indicate that remission of symptoms is more likely when treatment begins early with medications known as disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (dmards). Medicationsthe types of medications recommended by your doctor will depend on the severity of your symptoms and how long you've had rheumatoid arthritis. •nsaids. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (nsaids) can relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Over-the-counter nsaids include ibuprofen (advil, motrin ib) and naproxen sodium (aleve). Stronger nsaids are available by prescription. Side effects may include stomach irritation, heart problems and kidney damage. •steroids. Corticosteroid medications, such as prednisone, reduce inflammation and pain and slow joint damage. Side effects may include thinning of bones, weight gain and diabetes. Doctors often prescribe a corticosteroid to relieve acute symptoms, with the goal of gradually tapering off the medication. •disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (dmards). These drugs can slow the progression of rheumatoid arthritis and save the joints and other tissues from permanent damage. Common dmards include methotrexate (trexall, otrexup, others), leflunomide (arava), hydroxychloroquine (plaquenil) and sulfasalazine (azulfidine). Side effects vary but may include liver damage, bone marrow suppression and severe lung infections. •biologic agents. Also known as biologic response modifiers, this newer class of dmards includes abatacept (orencia), adalimumab (humira), anakinra (kineret), baricitinib (olumiant), certolizumab (cimzia), etanercept (enbrel), golimumab (simponi), infliximab (remicade), rituximab (rituxan), sarilumab (kevzara), tocilizumab (actemra) and tofacitinib (xeljanz). These drugs can target parts of the immune system that trigger inflammation that causes joint and tissue damage. These types of drugs also increase the risk of infections. In people with rheumatoid arthritis, higher doses of tofacitinib can increase the risk of blood clots in the lungs. Biologic dmards are usually most effective when paired with a nonbiologic dmard, such as methotrexate. Therapy your doctor may send you to a physical or occupational therapist who can teach you exercises to help keep your joints flexible. The therapist may also suggest new ways to do daily tasks, which will be easier on your joints. For example, you may want to pick up an object using your forearms. Assistive devices can make it easier to avoid stressing your painful joints. For instance, a kitchen knife equipped with a hand grip helps protect your finger and wrist joints. Certain tools, such as buttonhooks, can make it easier to get dressed. Catalogs and medical supply stores are good places to look for ideas. Surgery if medications fail to prevent or slow joint damage, you and your doctor may consider surgery to repair damaged joints. Surgery may help restore your ability to use your joint. It can also reduce pain and improve function. Rheumatoid arthritis surgery may involve one or more of the following procedures: •synovectomy. Surgery to remove the inflamed lining of the joint (synovium) can be performed on knees, elbows, wrists, fingers and hips. •tendon repair. Inflammation and joint damage may cause tendons around your joint to loosen or rupture. Your surgeon may be able to repair the tendons around your joint. •joint fusion. Surgically fusing a joint may be recommended to stabilize or realign a joint and for pain relief when a joint replacement isn't an option. •total joint replacement. During joint replacement surgery, your surgeon removes the damaged parts of your joint and inserts a prosthesis made of metal and plastic. Surgery carries a risk of bleeding, infection and pain. Discuss the benefits and risks with your doctor.
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