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    anterior osteoarthritis in upper thorax region
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    sagebrushdaisy posted:
    I have anterior osteoarthritis in upper thorax region. Can someone tell me what I might expect. It is what you don't know that herts you. Thank You
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hello sagebrushdaisy,

    I hope that some community members weigh in soon with some personal experience with your type of OA or tips for living with OA.

    In the meantime, you might want to look around our Osteoarthritis Health Center , which features many good articles, slideshows and news headlines related to living with OA and possible treatment methods. This slideshow has tips for living better with OA, while this article explains how your diet can affect OA.

    Have you spoken with your doctor about what you might expect, or treatment options available to you?

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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