martha; Really we are all different and what works the best for one could be one of the other for someone else. But for me, It has always been the old standby TABLETS but you must make sure you protect your stomach with some food just to be safe if you're going to be on it for any length of time. I have had really no luck with the other forms. Good luck to you. Try to take it at about the same time as it says on the bottle and take it for at least a few weeks so the anti-inflammatory get to take effect the pain part helps pretty quick but you want it to stay in your system so it has time to shrink the swelling be it in the joints or wherever. Hope that will help you. good luck and have a nice weekend.
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