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NSAIDs like Ibuprofen should work, but stronger stuff like Naproxen/Diclofenac would be better, or try topical gel such as Voltarol. Be careful taking NSAID pills for long-term use, you may need to be on a proton-pump inhibitor to prevent stomach ulcers (consult your physician, usually only affects older people). If it's really bad, a corticosteroid injection can sometimes relieve pain for several months, although this is normally only required with very severe osteoarthritis. The other t...
Please, please kindly finish that thought when time permits, Indy. Thank you.
I can't remember what I was writing, I think just make sure that it is in fact osteoarthritis and that your physician is aware of it since it's quite readily managed.