Trigger finger is found among people with Osteoarthritis, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Vioxx and have Osteoarthritis. We study 24 people who have Trigger finger and Osteoarthritis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Osteoarthritis (a joint disease caused by cartilage loss in a joint) can be treated by Celebrex, Meloxicam, Mobic, Naproxen, Tramadol (latest reports from 31,662 Osteoarthritis patients)
Trigger finger has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, rashes, speech impairment (adult), heart palpitations, hypersensitivity (latest reports from 1,297 Trigger finger patients).
On Jul, 24, 2016
24 people who have Osteoarthritis and Trigger Finger are studied.
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I care for my aged relative who is a female, age 70 years. Recently diagnosed hyperthyroid but have had osteoarthritis in the elbow since for five years. I wonder what relationship the two diseases may have since the thyroid affects so much of the body and a few months ago her legs collapsed for the first time but she recovered.
I have been on several meds for years. The ones listed and a few others, Prednisone, Carbidopa-leva, Colcrys, Celebrex. I was started on Folic Acid and Sulfasalazine in Aug 2015 for the Rheumatoid factor discovered in a routine blood test. I've had the same doctors for years, General ...
I have been on cataflam for maybe 6 years,for osteoarthritis, particularly in my knees and feet. I would take one 50mg tablet at breakfast, and that was it. But since June 2015, I was noticing more pain, I guess because I am now a nanny and carry around a heavy baby up and down stairs 2 days per ...
I care for my aged relative who is a female, age 70 years. Recently diagnosed hyperthyroid but have had osteoarthritis in the elbow since for five years. I wonder what relationship the two diseases may have since the thyroid affects so much of the body and a few months ago her legs ...
This is my first time I have noticed as my osteoarthritis in my back get worse I have shortness of breath on standing and walking. Have had everything checked by Heart Dr And Repitory specialist. Nothing significant there. Can stress related pain cause shortness of breath to. Thanks.
I am 43 just been diagnosed with vitiligo and osteoarthritis in hands and feet think more joints are affected . Both parents have osteoarthritis . I am a single parent of a 5 yr old so thing's can be difficult when my joints are painful. any help support would be brilliant as im new to all this.
I have osteoarthritis especially in my hands. The other night, my thumb joint itched like crazy. Not my skin, it feels like it is itching inside, in my bone!! Then got it in my middle finger which has nodes. Tonight, my crooked index finger! I finally tried some lavender essential oil on it ...
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