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25 Jul 2011

Serotonin and bones and joints
Does too much serotonin in the blood cause joints and bones to wear out so hip etc replacement is necessary.
How do you measure serotonin in body as for pain tripilene is taken for last 20 years,
.Thank -you.
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Healthy Bones
Healthy Bones

01 Jan 0001

Dear Rachel
As far as I know it should not cause arthritis. Serotonin can be neasured in blood, but if you are concerned about the side-effects of the trepilene, please consult your doctor.
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