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Old 04-02-2006, 07:59 PM   #13
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Fluffy, thanks for your response. I've had this for many years, also...since I was in my 20s and now I'm in my 50s. I was thinking the other day that I've probably not had a day without pain since then. But I started exercising about a year and a half ago and I'm finding that not only do I get stiffer if I don't, but also I get depressed and feel sorry for myself if I don't. I've started taking Tylenol arthritis super-duper strength during the day, and that really helps me with my exercise. The Mobic that I take at night doesn't do too much except work on the inflammation, I guess. I'm also on Areva and Methotrexate.

They don't have that arthritis foundation program in my town. But there is a physical therapy gym that my doctor might refer me to.

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