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What is the best treatment for reiter's syndrome?

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Dr. William Lizarraga
Internal Medicine
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In brief: NSAIDs, Rx infection

Reactive arthritis (reiter's syndrome) is usually treated with anti-inflammatory agents like Ibuprofen or naproxn.
If there is an ongoing infection believed to have triggered the arthritis, this should be treated too. Sometimes, other drugs will be used for the arthritis, including steroids. Eye drops might be required for conjunctivitis symptoms.

In brief: NSAIDs, Rx infection

Reactive arthritis (reiter's syndrome) is usually treated with anti-inflammatory agents like Ibuprofen or naproxn.
If there is an ongoing infection believed to have triggered the arthritis, this should be treated too. Sometimes, other drugs will be used for the arthritis, including steroids. Eye drops might be required for conjunctivitis symptoms.
Dr. William Lizarraga
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