My mother has primary symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. She takes Methotrexate 10 mg weekly and for her heart, she takes Nebicard 5 mg and Caat 20 mg. She has no flaring of her symptoms but random mild joint pain occasionally.
I would like to know:
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Yes, she is in remission.
It is defined as clinically or less joint pain and/or swelling with no morning stiffness. I suggest she can take Glucosamine.
There is no interaction with the other drugs that she is taking,
Common side effects of Glucosamine are diarrhea, constipation, nausea and abdominal gases.
The dosage of glucosamine is 750 mg twice daily after food. However, consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and with their consent take the medicine.
This is only a second opinion platform.
This professional advice provided by me stands subject to the actual examination of report or image and is based entirely on inputs provided to me. It should be correlated with clinical findings.
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