Has anyone tried Flexiseq and does it work?

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I need to have a TKR and it would be done now, but I had a DVT (same leg) in February and my surgeon wants to delay surgery until next year if possible. I am on warfarin and can't take ibruprofen or use any of the creams that contain it. A friend has suggested Flexiseq and so am wondering if it's likely to be of any help. It's very expensive so don't want to spend out £'s if it doesn't work!

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    Hello Janish49,

    If you go to the Rheumatoid Arthritis site and look for the heading "Does anyone know what "FLEXISEQ and its "ACTIVE INGREDIENT", SEQUESSOME", is?", which started last year I think, you will find lots of people have found it helps.

    I have been using it on my O/A knees for just over a year and, whilst it doesn't obviously take away ALL pain/discomfort, I have found it really does help and is much better than all others I have tried.  I try not to take anti-inflammatories because of the possible threat to my stomach and this product is totally DRUG-FREE so there is no risk of side effects.  I buy it from an online pharmacy which I can't actually say, except it is W******** and, if you buy 3 for £39.99, delivery is free.  You don't rub it in - just smear it on and wait NO LESS THAN 10 MINUTES (I usually give it a little longer) for it to dry before covering with clothing, although it can remain a bit tacky. If you're in a hurry, you can use a hair dryer to speed up the drying.  I simplistically call it my WD40 as it sinks in and presumably 'oils the joints'.  I now only apply it once a day in the morning.  You can buy less than 3 tubes but orders under £35 have to pay for delivery.

    If you do decide to try it, I hope you feel some benefit from it but you must follow the instructions and I would suggest that you use it twice a day, at least to give it a good try.

    Good luck!

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