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Coughing at night

Night-time coughs can be the result of specific health conditions

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    Kelly — 14.05.2017 08:34
    Hi I have severe joint pain which can be unbearable sometimes I've had tests for arthritis but they came back clear is there anything else that it could be thankyou

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      Jen Tan — 15.05.2017 09:50
      I presume you have been to see to your doctor about your joint pains but if not, this will be the first step. The herb that we use for joint problems is known as Devil's Claw (https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/devils-claw-atrosan/). It is not a painkiller and hence, will take a few weeks for the full effect of the remedy to be established.

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