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Prognosis

People with ankylosing spondylitis usually go through alternating periods where symptoms improve and worsen. These periods can't be predicted. With treatment, symptoms usually can be relieved or controlled so that you can lead a normal, productive life. However, even with treatment, you may develop permanent posture and movement problems.

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