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osteo arthritis in fingers

regdog55
8/03/2011
3:04:52 PM
Any suggestions for long/short term treatment apart from ingesting fish oil and/ or glucosamine?

Eduardo Slabofvic
8/03/2011
3:16:25 PM
Lawn Bowls
citationx
8/03/2011
3:41:31 PM
On 8/03/2011 regdog55 wrote:
>Any suggestions for long/short term treatment apart from ingesting fish
>oil and/ or glucosamine?

If you find anything that -ACTUALLY- works (to combat the cause, not the symptoms ;-)), let me know.

Climboholic
8/03/2011
3:46:23 PM
On 8/03/2011 Eduardo Slabofvic. wrote:
>Lawn Bowls

That can't be right. Most of the people who play lawn bowls have arthritis! The correlation being LAWN BOWLS CAUSES ARTHRITIS!

tnd
8/03/2011
4:43:07 PM
On 8/03/2011 regdog55 wrote:
>Any suggestions for long/short term treatment apart from ingesting fish
>oil and/ or glucosamine?

When I got my recent finger injury the specialist who reviewed the x-ray said I was developing arthritis. He said forgot glucosomine - no proof of benefit - but fish oil was worth it. As I already eat fish like it's going out of fashion, I'll just continue as I am...

salty crag
8/03/2011
10:57:33 PM
New Zealand green lipped muscel extract helps a bit.
Aussie researchers in Sydney have isolated an acid that is thought to be main cause and have started human trials on a cure, trial will run till 2112/13. In pommygolia scientist are apparently having good success with trials re growing raviged cartilage using embryonic stem cells. I just hope all the boffins are succesfull and complete their research prior to me seazing up totally!
Get out and do as much as you can while you can and curse the cold weather snaps. If you dont use it you lose it.
citationx
9/03/2011
8:22:33 AM
On 8/03/2011 salty crag wrote:
>New Zealand green lipped muscel extract helps a bit.
>Aussie researchers in Sydney have isolated an acid that is thought to
>be main cause and have started human trials on a cure, trial will run till
>2112/13. In pommygolia scientist are apparently having good success with
>trials re growing raviged cartilage using embryonic stem cells.

There are several successful trials of regrowing cartilage over a period of around 2 years of stem cell treatment. Thing is that all trials target knee osteoarthritis as it's the biggest problem for old-fogie americans.
"Aussie researchers in Sydney have isolated an acid that is thought to be main cause"... of what? What does this have to do with the price of green-lipped mussels? And cure for what?

mattjr
9/03/2011
8:27:37 AM
perhaps his parents/grandparents all lived well into their 200's.. good genes??!!

edit: where did your comment go AJFClark?? Now my comment is out of context :P

regdog55
9/03/2011
11:29:02 AM
excellent point. Perhaps I played lots of lawn bowls in a past life, and now it's coming back to haunt me.
widewetandslippery
9/03/2011
11:48:16 AM
Stop reaching for the top shelf and falling over in the shower. The smallest thing you should stick in your bum, or ear for that matter, is your own elbow.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
9/03/2011
8:35:19 PM
On 8/03/2011 salty crag wrote:
>New Zealand green lipped muscel extract helps a bit.

... and ground up shark cartilage.
The weird thing is that it is more expensive to feed this combo to a pet (with products bought from pet food store or vet), than it is to get the 'human quality' equivalent product!

salty crag
9/03/2011
10:15:13 PM
On 9/03/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
and ground up shark cartilage.
>The weird thing is that it is more expensive to feed this combo to a pet
>(with products bought from pet food store or vet), than it is to get the
>'human quality' equivalent product!
Agree with this. My old bluey (now deceased) was transformed when put on "Sasha's blend", cost is pretty steep but improvment was sensational. Had to try it myself but taste made me puke.

Eduardo Slabofvic
10/03/2011
9:22:44 AM
On 9/03/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>Stop reaching for the top shelf and falling over in the shower. The smallest
>thing you should stick in your bum, or ear for that matter, is your own
>elbow.

Could you post a picture of this for us please?
widewetandslippery
10/03/2011
9:37:23 AM
I went to a catholic boys school. I learnt the smallest thing you should stick in your bum or ear was your own (not someone elses) elbow, to sleep on your back, left hand right shoulder, right hand left shoulder (because it makes a cross) and to say the rosary until I fell asleep.

I only got good at the falling part.

Have you ever tried to stick your own elbow in your own orifice? Maybe thats what saints do?
One Day Hero
10/03/2011
10:44:22 AM
On 10/03/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>I went to a catholic boys school. I learnt the smallest thing you should
>stick in your bum or ear was your own (not someone elses) elbow,

I like using Q tips.........does god hate me?
>
>I only got good at the falling part.
>
Falling off what?

tnd
10/03/2011
11:11:42 AM
On 10/03/2011 One Day Hero wrote:
>On 10/03/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>>I went to a catholic boys school. I learnt the smallest thing you should
>>stick in your bum or ear was your own (not someone elses) elbow,
>
>I like using Q tips.........does god hate me?

You wipe your arse with a Q tip?
citationx
10/03/2011
11:22:00 AM
On 10/03/2011 One Day Hero wrote:

>Falling off what?

I'd be more worried about what he fell on to...
"You tripped, fell on the floor and accidently stuck your d**k into my wife."
widewetandslippery
10/03/2011
11:42:18 AM
Is that what your wife told you?

regdog55
10/03/2011
2:10:19 PM
going back to the question of arthritis, and trusting that no one has developed arthritis in their elbow from placing it in any orifice, what was 'Sasha's blend', and if it worked for Bluey would it work for a humanoid?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
10/03/2011
8:20:17 PM
On 10/03/2011 regdog55 wrote:
>going back to the question of arthritis, and trusting that no one has developed
>arthritis in their elbow from placing it in any orifice, what was 'Sasha's
>blend', and if it worked for Bluey would it work for a humanoid?

& salty crag wrote;
>My old bluey (now deceased) was transformed when put on "Sasha's blend", cost is pretty steep but improvment was sensational. Had to try it myself but taste made me puke.

Agreed, ... but I didn't puke!! (It tastes like dried oyster powder).
I don't remember the brand of the humanoid stuff, but I remember it only being about a third of the price of Sasha's Blend that is purely a veterinarian type product.

I still take similar from time to time, and yes it works, however I have recently been told that it is better to take a small amount regularly, instead of binging after inflammation sets in due to whatever you happen to do to aggrevate the issue; ie prevention is better than cure!

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