Posted: Monday, August 17, 2009 3:59:25 AMMy colleague experience an episode of pain due to rheumatoid arthritis maybe because she's overweight and her legs can’t take the weight of her body. I was wondering if mefenamic acid or any forms of pain relievers can predispose obesity. What are the long term effects of taking such drugs? Can I possibly request for a liposuction because I tried it before and I don't want to recommend it to a friend without thinking on her safety it might cause complications, if yes. What is the best form liposuction indicated for her? I need your suggestions, thank you.
Posted: Thursday, September 23, 2010 3:22:36 AMTo reduce weight walk is best way. a heavy weight is the cause of many disease and problems also. Pain can rise because of irregular living and unscheduled working. There are various natural ways available for get rid off pain like walking and yoga light exercise.
Posted: Wednesday, March 09, 2011 6:31:52 AMA gentle walk, Exercise in a routine manner, yoga and complete rest of 6 to 8 hour's are the best pain relievers..... You all must try that one in a routine manner and have some sort of relaxed and fit life there......
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