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Can Glucosamine and/or Condritin promote Dupuytrens??
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01/18/06 01:07
Wolfgang

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01/18/06 01:07
Wolfgang

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Ledderhose

Some people posted that e.g. dancing helped them to keep the feet in an acceptable condition and that the problems got worse when they stopped dancing. Others report that any exercise is causing. It probably depends on whether the nodules in your feet are inflammed ot not. If they don't cause much pain anyway, then excercises might help keeping the feet flexible.

Just keep trying and avoid surgery. If your carpal surgery triggered Dupuytren then you are likely to get new nodules as result of further surgery.

Wishing you all the best

Wolfgang

01/20/06 01:42
John Heisey

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01/20/06 01:42
John Heisey

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Oops!!!

I am here to say I have been taking glucosamine and chondrotin for about 3 years now, for joint relief. If I don't take it for several days, my shoulder will take notice.

About nine years ago I had surgery for dupuytrens on my left hand and this past November I had the same surgery on my right hand. Both times I had the Dupuytrens 7 or 8 years before I had the surgery. The recovery time for the surgery is really a pain in the you know what, but, I'm glad I had it.

So, for me, the G/C helps with shoulder problems and was not a contributing factor in acquiring the dupuytrens.

Best of luck to all.

John Heisey

01/27/06 01:20
Roseann

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01/27/06 01:20
Roseann

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Glucosamine/Condroitin MSM

Thank you all, I was diagnosed yesterday with Dupuytren's. I have lumps in both hands but no drawing up of the fingers yet. I have been taking GC/MSM for 10 years but after reading your messages, I kind of get the message I better discontinue it. Thank you all.

03/14/06 01:35
nutrovitasub

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03/14/06 01:35
nutrovitasub

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03/14/06 01:56
Tolucca

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03/14/06 01:56
Tolucca

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Glucosamine/Condrotin

We know, but thanks for the unsolicited commercial anyway. Now, actually READ this thread and realize that your product is contraindicated for most people on this site. Perhaps there's a kiddy site where you can go and sell matches.

05/24/06 02:50
jon

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05/24/06 02:50
jon

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Glucosamine/Condrotin

I started taking G/C for an arthritic condition about 5 months ago. After 2 months I noticed a lump in the palm at the base of my ring finger - the doctor diagnosed Dupuytrens. After seeing this forum I immediately stopped taking G/C. The lump has since moved towards the palm but significantly decreased in size - is this a normal development of the contracture or has stopping the G/C perhaps reversed its progress?

05/24/06 02:30
Wolfgang

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05/24/06 02:30
Wolfgang

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Glucosamine/Condrotin

Based on what has been posted the results are contradictory: while obviously Glucosamine/Condrotin fostered the growth of Dupuytren nodules for some patients, it did not do any harm to others. Therefore the best advice is to watch it and if you feel that it helps your joints but does not affect your Dupuytren, continue using it. If you feel that it accelerates the grwoth of Dupuytren nodules, stop taking it and watch whether the nodules stop growing or even shrink.

Unfortunately not a clear YES or NO but we all react differently.

Wolfgang

05/24/06 02:20
guitar

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05/24/06 02:20
guitar

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Glucosamine/Condritin

I took this about 5 years ago for arthritis and developed both Dupuytrens and Peyronies! Didn't make the connection at once but once I stopped taking both conditions have been stable for the last 4 years.

05/25/06 02:39
Diane

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05/25/06 02:39
Diane

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what not to eat

After reading this thread and never having taken glucosamine/condritin, i plan on never using it. My question is whether GC or its active ingredients are found naturally in any food? In other words, are there any foods or products that Dups sufferers should avoid which contain glucosamine/condritin?

05/28/06 02:24
Karla

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05/28/06 02:24
Karla

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handsurgerie with needle

Hello everyone. I have read every message here in this forum and must come to the conclusion that YES I believe Glucosamine is responsible for my Dupuytrens in the left hand. I researched and heard that a proffessor in paris charges 50 euros to do a finger on an outpatient basis. If anybody has been there or had the needle....repair, please come forward and talk to us about it.
Thank you

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