“We have no idea what it does, but it’s very likely that the compound is the main cause of tendonitis,” said Dr. Richard N. Kallberg, professor of dermatology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The compound has also been shown to cause problems in the eyes, feet and lungs.
The Mayo Clinic is currently studying the drug and said it’s currently “committed to developing a treatment.”
“It’s really not a good idea to get in the habit of getting prescription drugs,” said Novella, who also said there are many other options available for treating the condition, such as topical corticosteroids or oral antibiotics.
Novellas co-authored a study last year in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology that found the compound to be most effective when given to people who suffer from pain.
The study found that it made pain “worse and more chronic” than placebo, but did not find it to be effective in treating pain caused by chronic back pain.
Another study published in April found that acetaminophen, a painkiller, is effective in preventing tendonitis, though it’s not clear if it works in treating tendonitis caused by the other compounds found in the compound.
The drugs are expensive, and some doctors recommend that people wait until they have at least a small amount of evidence that they are effective before they start taking them.
For people who have suffered from tendonitis and are not able to get treatment for it, Kallenberg said that the only effective way to get rid of the pain is to try to eliminate it.
“People who have severe pain, it can cause them to go through periods of isolation and to be extremely stressed,” he said.
“It can cause a lot of stress to the body and to the psyche.”
He added that he does not think that patients should give up the drugs, because they’re effective.
“You just can’t stop pain,” he explained.
And then the other thing is, if you do stop taking the pain medication, it’s really hard to put the medication back in your body because you’ll have pain again and you won’t be able to function.”