Hello, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as indomethacin and diclofenac, can be tried in the initial or mild cases. About 10%-20% of patients with rheumatic polymyalgia can control their symptoms with NSAIDs alone. But it is difficult to prevent complications. Glucocorticoid: Prednisone 10-15 mg/d is preferred for general cases. If the diagnosis is correct, the symptoms should be improved significantly within 1 week and ESR began to decrease. Prednisone 15-30 mg/d may be given to patients with severe illness, fever, myalgia and obvious limitation of activity. The ESR was close to normal, then decreased gradually. The maintenance dose was 5-10 mg/d, and the maintenance time should not be less than 6-12 months. Too early, too fast or too early withdrawal of drugs can lead to relapse or relapse of the disease. Most patients can stop using hormones within 2 years. A small number of patients need to be maintained for many years. It must be pointed out that the long-term use of candy husks for the elderly.Special attention should be paid to the adverse reactions and complications (such as hypertension, diabetes, etc.). From cataract, osteoporosis, timely treatment is very important. Immunosuppression Preparations: If the use of glucocorticoids is contraindicated, or the effect is not good, the reduction is difficult, and the adverse reactions are serious, the immunosuppressant methotrexate can be used in combination with other immunosuppressants such as azathioprine and cyclophosphamide 7.5-15 mg/week.