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Can taking glucosamine sulfate supplements benefit your joints?

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Dr. PHILIP WALLER
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Possibly

Some patients believe it is helpful for joint pain.
Clinical studies have not shown significant benefit. In my practice I have seen patient's get relief in their knees and hips. If you want to use it, it must be taken regularly and possibly up to three months to be effective.

In brief: Possibly

Some patients believe it is helpful for joint pain.
Clinical studies have not shown significant benefit. In my practice I have seen patient's get relief in their knees and hips. If you want to use it, it must be taken regularly and possibly up to three months to be effective.
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