in it. and am noticing, for the first time, arthritic changes in my hands that has been just diagnosed as osteoarthritis.This occurred at he same time I begin this cream (to reduce cellulite on my legs). Please let me know if this is a coincidence, or do I need to D/C this cream due to this being an adverse reaction. Thank you for your time, June Kiefer
14 Jul 2010
it sounds to me like an adverse reaction! i would stop it immediately, have you tried vicks cold rub just a little with a dry towel then heating pad over it for 15 minutes at a time, theres also steroid injections, they work too, i have osteoarthritis in both of my knees, they lock in place if i forget to elevate them, i am awoke with severe stiffness and can hardly make it to the bathroom, good luck to you june, vtech10
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