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My mother has problems with her knees. Doctor recommended an examination for determining the possibility of rheumatoid arthritis and meanwhile he prescribed her with Lodine. She has severe pain in knees, sometimes the knees are swelled at the end of the day and that makes her movements difficult. Is Lodine good for arthritis?

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Lodine is a medication that belongs to non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and is recommended to treat several forms of arthritis, including rheumatoid one. Its basic role is anti-inflammatory analgesic effect. It would probably ease her pain and remove the swelling of joints. I just hope that she really is not suffering from RA.
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