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Thread: Pills for joints.
04-06-2012, 01:52 AM #35
Naproxen is a lot better than Diclofenac but stirs your stomach up so need to take it with food.
04-08-2012, 03:33 AM #36
I am a 21 year-old man. I also take glucosamine and calcium supplement.
One each pill per a day after a meal (I think one pill is good enough for my age.)
Never take any drugs with empty stomach- specially this joint pill I believe has quite bit of acid.
I think the soreness on my knees, feet and ankles goes away quicker.
I have not heard of any side-effect from taking it, if you do not have any problem with blood.
You may need to talk to a doctor if you have a problem with blood.
I don't recommend the joint supplement to anyone younger than 21.
I heard a body can reproduce the enough glucosamine by itself with well-balanced nutrition.
My injury test technician recommended me first. I have a neck and shoulder problem.
usually pain killer have a chemical-ibrofene, to relax the muscle. My joint supplement does not have a pain killer sort of chemical.
Last edited by fmqpt791004; 04-08-2012 at 03:47 AM.
04-08-2012, 03:46 AM #37
Yes I would, but I am not a doctor or medical related professional.
The amount may vary for your age and your condition.
Make sure you don't have any allegies on that the supplement contains.
I am currently taking one each pill of glucosamine and calcium per a day to prevent injury.
I make sure taking it after breakfast before I am going to play badminton later in that day and also take a day after I played badminton.
I am 21 old man, taking one pill of glucosamine supplement which has 1000mg of glucosamine hydrochloride and 3.3mg of hyaluronic acid.
01-02-2013, 10:16 AM #38
I take triflex n l-lysine combo...so far so good.Triflex i have taking for years n really helps oni recently i tried adding l-lysine to supplement, supposedly aids absorption.
01-03-2013, 11:53 AM #39
ask the doctor and ask the experts. free advice can cost u life.
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01-03-2013, 10:21 PM #40
Talking about Glucosamine. I took Viatril 1500mg daily and it induced very bad asthma type wheezing. FYI I dont have asthma.
So I took Flexa 1500mg and guess what, no side effect at all. It is basically the same active ingredients. I was probably allergic to some filler material in Viatril.
FYI, in case anyone encounters this.
03-15-2013, 08:51 AM #41
i have just started taking tramal 50mg pill or tramadol as more commonly known. It is a kind of pain killer for the nerve pains. My doctor told me to just take a low dose of 50mg on the day I play badminton. It definitely has made my badminton session much more bearable ever since. All the pains over my body were almost entirely gone. I have not experienced any side effect of the drug but still afraid for any long term effect of using this.
03-15-2013, 10:54 AM #42
All Painkillers will have side effects with long usage and so it is better to avoid them wherever possible. You can read more on the side effects in Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tramadol
03-15-2013, 11:23 PM #43
Trust me, never take painkillers to play.
I did that and now after 3 years my cartilage is busted.
Only option left is the super expensive unproven stem cell treatment.
Regret not listening to the body and toning down when I had the chance.
03-18-2013, 06:55 PM #44
Not sure if it's good for joints but I take CherryActive tablets which helps muscle soreness and recovery. It also comes in juice concentrate form. Read about it being recommended by a premier league clubs nutritionalist.
03-18-2013, 11:34 PM #45
For joints I would recommend Animal Flex. I just bought 3 tubs of that. A collection of all the best joint supplements in one place.
Animal Flex has 44 packets (each packet contains 8 pills)
Check out www.animalpak.com
03-22-2013, 05:47 AM #46
I take fish oil, very good so far, glucosamine is another you could take in conjunction with the fish oil
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