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I have bursitus in my hips and buttocks oin down my legs it went away for a few months and now is back. what is best treatment?

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I had this in my elbow. I took Naproxin 3 times a day. you have to make sure you eat something with the pills. Soda crackers are good. Any anti inflammatory drug is good but hard on the stomach.

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