Saaz Ds

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Rajesh Says:
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I am suffering from ankylosing spondylitis with hla b27 positive. I am having saaz ds with gaba neuron please tell me is the ankylosing spondylitis curable or it stops can u please tell me anything or any home treatment by which i feel better and cure ankylosing spondylitis.


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Karan Says:
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I am suffering AS with hla b27 positive. Please tell me if there's a better treatment for Ankyosing spondylitis?

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Teddy Says:
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It is hard saaz. I have had the same issue since 1984. It attacks young males. It is a genetic disorder with no cure. I have tried all options. Sulphazaline does not work in the spine. Enbrel 50 a tnf blocker will work fast. Please ask your reumatologist to try it. Predisolone may work but not for long. Sulphazaline works on the peripheral joints not the spine. Not even methotrexate in low doses work. I have seen the best of it all. This disorder is inherited by someone and appears out of the blue. It's a very bad disorder. Talk to your rheumatologist about enbrel 50 subcutaneous inj. Weekly and see how it works. One thing I notice is that it suppresses the immune system too much and may cause infections. Celebrex 100 mg twice daily may help for pain. Use panadol osteo and tramadol slow release. Exercise in water regularly, walk and avoid certain foods. The immune system mistakes the body as an enemy and attacks it. Hlab27 stands for human leucosite antigen, white cells. I wish you the best. Walk around the block, swimming, massages may help to control it, but there is no cure for as. Take care of yourself. Stretch lots in the water (no gravity). The tnf blockers are the first choice your doctor will try and a crp ers liver function test with a full blood count. Talk to a good rheumatologist and keep living. God bless.

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Teddy1957 Says:
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Some doctors do use Remicade, this is long lasting immune suppression, unlike Enbrel which is out of the system in one week; all depends how old are you, the condition and the way your rheumatologist thinks. But it truly is a bad disorder that attacks the body progressively. If it can be controlled it's okay. Just find a good doctor and ask him to help you. Sometimes we need help in a desperate mode. All the best.

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