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Webmaster | 5. July 2008 @ 16:02

There is an array of prescription arthritis medications which doctors can supply to help with rheumatoid arthritis. While none of these arthritis medications cure arthritis, they can relieve pain, relieve symptoms, and even slow the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can reduce pain and assist with inflammation. These drugs can be used as an arthritis medicine and may be obtained over the counter and by. (A lot of people are aware of aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen sodium.) The only negative side to these arthritis medications is they might cause stomach problems, such as indigestion and bleeding. They can also raise blood pressure in a person and cause susceptibility to fluid retention.

COX-2 inhibitors are a kind of Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs which do not cause as much harm to the stomach. This class of arthritis medication functions by suppressing an enzyme known as cyclooxygenase which is involved in inflammation. However, fluid retention and elevated blood pressure may result as side effects of COX-2 inhibitors. It has also been said that individuals who use this class of drug may be at higher risk of a stroke or heart attack.

Corticosteroids are arthritis medications which are able to reduce pain and inflammation. They can also moderate the damage to joints caused by rheumatoid arthritis. In fact, quite a few arthritis patients who take corticosteroids have claimed that they feel considerably better. However, after a time the effectiveness of corticosteroids may diminish. There is also the chance of experiencing serious side effects such as diabetes, weight gain, and decreased bone density, after long-time use of corticosteroids.

It is crucial to see a doctor at the first signs of rheumatoid arthritis. While modern medicine has not been able to produce a cure for arthritis, they are making progress in pain relief and bringing down the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.

Rheumatoid arthritis affects the immune system. Immunosuppressants can be supplied as an arthritis medication to assist with he balance of the immune system. Without such treatment, the immune system in rheumatoid arthritis patients is out of balance and it is out of control. TNF blockers are sometimes prescribed in tandem with an immunosuppressant. TNF blockers serve to block the protein which inflames the joints. Arthritis sufferers who use TNF blockers have reported that pain was lower and stiffness alleviated.

Those diagnosed quickly with rheumatoid arthritis can be given arthritis medications referred to as disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs. These drugs slow the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Thus, if the arthritis is diagnosed early, a lot of damage to the joints can be avoided.

About the author:Nicholas Redworth is the webmaster of All About Arthritis Info. For excellent articles containing interesting facts and essential information about Arthritis visit: www.acne-treatment.com

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Webmaster | 17. February 2008 @ 16:02

There is an array of prescription arthritis medications which doctors can supply to help with rheumatoid arthritis. While none of these arthritis medications cure arthritis, they can relieve pain, relieve symptoms, and even slow the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can reduce pain and assist with inflammation. These drugs can be used as an arthritis medicine and may be obtained over the counter and by. (A lot of people are aware of aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen sodium.) The only negative side to these arthritis medications is they might cause stomach problems, such as indigestion and bleeding. They can also raise blood pressure in a person and cause susceptibility to fluid retention.

COX-2 inhibitors are a kind of Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs which do not cause as much harm to the stomach. This class of arthritis medication functions by suppressing an enzyme known as cyclooxygenase which is involved in inflammation. However, fluid retention and elevated blood pressure may result as side effects of COX-2 inhibitors. It has also been said that individuals who use this class of drug may be at higher risk of a stroke or heart attack.

Corticosteroids are arthritis medications which are able to reduce pain and inflammation. They can also moderate the damage to joints caused by rheumatoid arthritis. In fact, quite a few arthritis patients who take corticosteroids have claimed that they feel considerably better. However, after a time the effectiveness of corticosteroids may diminish. There is also the chance of experiencing serious side effects such as diabetes, weight gain, and decreased bone density, after long-time use of corticosteroids.

It is crucial to see a doctor at the first signs of rheumatoid arthritis. While modern medicine has not been able to produce a cure for arthritis, they are making progress in pain relief and bringing down the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.

Rheumatoid arthritis affects the immune system. Immunosuppressants can be supplied as an arthritis medication to assist with he balance of the immune system. Without such treatment, the immune system in rheumatoid arthritis patients is out of balance and it is out of control. TNF blockers are sometimes prescribed in tandem with an immunosuppressant. TNF blockers serve to block the protein which inflames the joints. Arthritis sufferers who use TNF blockers have reported that pain was lower and stiffness alleviated.

Those diagnosed quickly with rheumatoid arthritis can be given arthritis medications referred to as disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs. These drugs slow the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Thus, if the arthritis is diagnosed early, a lot of damage to the joints can be avoided.

About the author:Nicholas Redworth is the webmaster of All About Arthritis Info. For excellent articles containing interesting facts and essential information about Arthritis visit: www.acne-treatment.com

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