whether hyaluronic acid might delay or lessen progressive joint damage with long-term use is unknown. hyaluronic acid is possibly unsafe when given by injection during breast feeding.
acid interactions we currently have no information for hyaluronic acid interactionshyaluronic acid dosingthe following doses have been studied in scientific research: by injection: for treating osteoarthritis: healthcare providers inject hyaluronic acid into the knee joint. hyaluronic acid is effective for treating mouth sores when applied to the skin as a gel.
acid side effects & safetyhyaluronic acid is likely safe when taken by mouth, applied to the skin, or given by injection and appropriately. acid works by acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues.
they looked at 89 trials involving over 12,000 adults and found that in the trials that were properly controlled (blinded), hyaluronic acid injections had either no effect or a “clinically irrelevant effect”; that is, too small a difference to matter to the patient. you don’t believe rutjes, perhaps you’ll believe the american academy of orthopaedic surgeons (aaos), who reviewed a large body of evidence and wrote:We cannot recommend using hyaluronic acid for patients with symptomatic osteoarthritis of the knee.
was disturbed, though, to find that the aaos information for patients directly contradicts their own recommendations to clinicians, and suggests that knee injections might work. acid provides support for healthy joint function and maintaining joint shock absorption and cushioning.