Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Common Symptoms For Rheumatoid Arthritis Have Found a Champion

Ugly Distorted Painful Joints: What you can do about it.

"Witches hands". That's what my mother called them. Swollen, painful inflamed joints of the fingers and hands that twist and turn every which way but straight, are some of the most common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis.

Try opening a bottle, or picking up change, or putting on make-up. How about typing an e-mail. Impossible? These are just some of the common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis that interrupt your every day life.

And what maybe is worse is arthritis of the feet. Just try walking on twisted feet.

A not-so-new discovery is now being acclaimed by doctors and rheumatologist as hope for those who suffering with rheumatoid and osteo arthritis. This totally natural compound was first discovered in 1971 by Dr. Henry W. Dielh, a researcher at the National Institute of Health. But it wasn't until Dielh himself contracted rheumatoid arthritis that his discovery was introduced to the medical world.

After seeing the amazing recovery of Dr. Dielh from the painful, yet common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis, his own doctor encouraged him to write a paper on this amazing discovery, which he did and it was published in The Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, March of 1994. At that timecetyl myristoleate was injected into the swollen joint with a needle.

Does CMO Improve Joint Mobility?

Yes, If the joint can be moved.

No, If the bones have fused and grown together, only surgery can help that.

Appearance of deformed fingers and toes, common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis, can be improved because when joint inflammation and swelling are down, dislocated bones are allows to return to their normal positions. Reduction of the swelling alone improves appearance, but physical therapy may be needed to finish the process and to a more normal appearance.

What About Bone On Bone?

Sometimes surgery is necessary. Knee and hip replacements are good options for those who need them. CMO works great to generate soft tissue repair and can help recovery. To ensure proper healing, it is best to reduce the joint inflammation and swelling which are common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis with CMO before the surgery.

No, it won't grow your leg back.

We all have different reasons for our condition. Digestive problems, lifestyle, smoking and drinking, all play a part. Liver problems are a major factor in healing. All things must be taken into consideration.

There is no magic bullet that works 100% for everyone. But for common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis, CMO comes darn close. And nearly everyone receives some benefit from taking CMO.

Can I Continue With My RA Medications While Taking CMO?

Yes, but after a few days you probably won't need so much of them. Be sure to keep in contact with your rheumatologist. Things will be changing. You don't want to keep taking drugs you don't need to treat common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis you don't have. Avoid steroids if possible.

Is it Expensive?

That depends on what you call expensive?

How much are you already spending to treat the common symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis like pain, inflammation, depressants? How much are you spending on creams, rubs and co-pays?

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