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This and your other posts indicate you probably do need specialist help. There are some quite heavy duty prescription pain killers available for arthritis pain but most of them have side effects and need a doctors supervision.
There are some other things which can usefully be done, like losing weight (reduces joint pressure) and aqua-exercising.
I do sympathise as I get osteoarthritis pain myself, although manageable.
If you have such access and can afford it, I'd ask the doctor for a referral to a specialist in arthritis pain management and treatment.
Posted on Apr 22, 2017
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