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Does Aspirin Help With Arthritis and Joint Pain?

By    |   Wednesday, 12 Aug 2015 04:19 PM

Aspirin is one of many medications that can be used to relieve mild to moderate joint pain and reduce swelling from arthritis. It blocks the chemicals that cause inflammation when the body’s immune system attacks soft tissues around the joints, the result of arthritic conditions.

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Aspirin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that in addition to relieving pain helps prevent blood clots, reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke, WebMD said.

A first line of defense against arthritis symptoms might include aspirin since it is easily purchased over the counter.

Arthritis patients should discuss taking aspirin with their doctor, who will recommend the proper dosage and can offer advice on additional treatment needs for some conditions.

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Like other NSAIDs, side effects of aspirin can include irritating the stomach lining and causing stomach problems. Aspirin may increase bleeding, especially for people with bleeding disorders, according to Core Physicians.

Along with aspirin or other medication therapy, a program to treat arthritis often includes exercise, rest, and protecting the joints.

For arthritis sufferers, aspirin has the advantage of low cost over long periods of time, but stronger medicine may be recommended or prescribed when joint pain persists or worsens. Sometimes surgery may be necessary.

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