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Bear with these questions, because as we can best help you with a little more information. Can you tell us a bit about the type of pain, which joints are most affected and how long it has been going on? How is your general health – any arthritis, neuropathy or other issues? And – what kinds of activities cause the pain; does Tylenol or ibuprofen make it better?
That's enough for now – let us know so we can try to help.
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