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Hello Doc, My wife (Aged 27) is suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis since an year, she is using tablets since last 10 months like (Saaz, Hcqs, called D, neugaba). She was on steroids (Wysolone) for 6 months and she is still suffering from severe pain in the knee joints. Recently from past 2 months she is suffering from plantar fasciitis. Can you please suggest how many months would it still take for her to come to a normal state. Your suggestion will help us alot.

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Planter fascitis can take time to heal normally it can take 6 weeks to 12 weeks. You need to follow precautions properly that is to wear sponge under heels or silicon heel pads. Never to walk with bare foot. Ice application can be helpful. For the arthritis part you need to get evaluated with esr and crp quantitative so that disease progression could be assessed and if there is need of any other medication to be added or dose adjustment to be done. Hope this information is helpful for further assistance can contact.
according her condition tk physiotherapy treatment and gentle movement of all joint and stretching of calf muscle avoid long standing it will be maintain only tk calcium supplements .
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