Hello sir, my mother is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis from so many years. She is feeling pain at knees and joints like fingers, neck, back etc. I heard that there is no permanent cure for this, is this true? Someone said if we use English medicine chances of heart attacks are more. For osteoarthritis there is knee replacement which will have high success rate, but not in the case of rheumatoid arthritis. Do you have any suggestions about this? What should I do now?
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Hello lybrate-user I would suggest you to kindly share any medical reports
and apart from medicines stem cell has een found effective in ra, oa cases, so if you are looking for an alternative this could e the one for you,
if you want to know about it in detail please let me know.
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