Patients Ankylosing spondylitis
Does baking soda help with inflammation?
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This might seem unorthodox but I read in an article somewhere that baking soda can be an effective mesure for inflammation problems. I have severe inflammation in my knees for which I have been taking naprosyn and advil for the last few years. It had helped somwhat but now the pain remains the same and I want to try unorthodox options. Should baking soda be ingested or applied on the knees, I have no idea. Would love to hear if someone knows something about this thanks
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This sounds like an interesting natural remedy. I don't know if there are many who have tried it, but I will tag a few members who may have heard about it and see if they can offer some advice or tell you what medication they use.
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You may also be able to ask your doctor next time you are in for a visit or see if you can ask at natural/organic store. Often times there is someone who works in their pharmacy section that knows a bit about how to use homeopathic remedies.
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