My mother feeling a lot of pain , and i need , you suggest the best opinion on reduce her pain ,
I will assume that your mother has been to a rheumatologist in which case the doctor should have prescribed pain medication. If the medication is not working effectively, you should contact and advise the doctor so that he can perhaps prescribe a different medication. There are also many other things that your mother can do to help with the pain.
Depending on her age and her doctors approval, there are exercise programs designed for arthritic patients that can help with the pain by keeping the joints moving and building muscle around the joints.
Some people respond to heat wrap therapies and warm baths.
In any event, her doctor must be kept informed of your mothers condition so he can properly prescribe medications.
Arthritis is difficult but it does not have to be completely disabling.
There are also many web sites dealing with arthritis. Don't let her give up and good luck to you and your mother.
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