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Hi, I would like some help with my dilemma. My mother suffers from rheumatoid arthritis and her friend also has some sort of arthritis, called ankylosing spondylitis. But it seems that he uses some completely different medications than my mother. What joints are usually affected by that condition? Is it treatable?

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Only two parts of the body are usually affected by this condition and those are spine and pelvis. So we can say that vertebral joints are affected in spine and you might have seen it in older men, as some sort of a little GRBAVOST. It affects men commonly and it is treated with corticosteroids and NSAID meds for pain relieving.
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